In its April e-newsletter, ThinkBuzan announced that it is now developing a version of iMindMap for Apple’s new iPad. With its large screen and intuitive touch-based interface, the iPad ought to be the perfect platform for creating organic mind maps. No word yet on specific features and functionality at this time, but it will undoubtedly do all that the iMindMap Mobile app for the iPhone does and more.
Speaking of iMindMap Mobile, ThinkBuzan also announced that it is working on a paid version of this popular app, which will be called iMindMap Mobile Pro and will feature enhanced export options (image, PDF and iMindMap files). The free app will also move to version 1.1, featuring an expanded library of central images and branch icons.
As I’ve said in this blog, I believe the iPad will be the perfect platform for creating mind maps on the go. And ThinkBuzan’s app is likely to be one of the most intuitive on this exciting new computing platform.