Last week, I posted a prediction that mind mapping software will hit an “inflection point” in 2009 that will result in substantial growth, and that this technology will finally enter the mainstream of business. As a next step, I decided to ask the developers of mind mapping software to comment on this prediction. They are closer to the actual users than most of us, which puts them in an ideal position to see the future direction of this software niche.
Gael Ltd. has just announced the release of MindGenius version 2.44. The developer characterizes this as a maintenance release, but it does contain several minor enhancements.
I’ve always been a fan of MindGenius. It’s a well-designed program with lots of great capabilities, but there’s just one problem: It hasn’t been updated in years. According to managing director Donald MacIver, all that’s about to change.