ThinkBuzan has announced that it will release a major new version 5 of its iMindMap mind mapping software in February, plus a new map sharing website called iMindMap Online.
Think Buzan (formerly Buzan Online) just released iMindMap for iPhone today, which faithfully captures the organic feel of its desktop big brother on Apple’s popular mobile platform. What’s even more remarkable is that the developer is giving it away for free, as part of its mission to spread the influence of mind mapping worldwide.
It’s tempting to regard mind mapping as yet another right-brained thinking technique that enables us to tap into the creative side of our marvelous brains. But that would be selling it short.
In a recent e-mail to its affiliate sales team, the developers of iMindMap recently announced that they are working on an iPhone version of the creative mind mapping program, which is expected to be available some time this fall.
Buzan Online recently announced the availability of iMindMap version 4.0, which will be officially launched in May. This new version offers a number of exciting new features and enhancements, including a full-featured presentation mode.
Earlier this week, Buzan Online announced the availability of iMindMap version 3.1, which adds the ability to integrate Microsoft Outlook e-mails into your maps, the creation of child maps, the addition of project progress icons and the ability to create e-learning courses from your mind maps. Read on for all the details.
iMindMap 3 was recently launched, and includes a number of improvements from the beta version that I recently reviewed. Here’s what’s new.
The Buzan organization recently released a beta of iMindMap 3. Here’s a detailed review of what is new in this version, and how it benefits business users.