Craig Scott, the developer of the iThoughts mind mapping app for the iPhone, recently added some cool integration capabilities to it, including Apple’s Siri intelligent voice agent.
Here’s a summary of the mind mapping apps that support Dropbox, a popular online file storage and backup service that links seamlessly with a growing number of leading apps.
iThoughtsHD has set the gold standard for mind mapping on the iPad, with an incredible set of features that no other developer even comes one close to. In this review, we’ll take a look at its most notable business-oriented features.
The large screen of Apple’s recently announced iPad device should make it an awesome platform for mind mapping. One developer is already in the process of moving his popular app over to this exciting new device.
Earlier this week, Mindjet launched its own mind mapping application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It enables you to work with maps created on any MindManager platform, including Windows, Mac OS X and the company’s web client, MindManager Web.
iThoughts, one of the most promising new mind mapping tools for the iPhone and iPod Touch, provides an impressive amount of functionality in a very small package. In this review, we’ll take a look at what’s notable about this remarkable little visual mapping program.
Since Apple opened up the iPhone and iPod Touch operating system to outside developers and gave them a place to sell their wares – the AppStore – a new breed of mind mapping tools has quickly emerged that enable you to capture your ideas any time, anywhere. These programs vary widely in their capabilities, but all offer some intriguing capabilities that promise a bright future for visual diagramming on this amazingly popular pair of mobile devices. Here is a brief summary of 8 mind mapping tools for the iPhone and iPod Touch.