Last week, I finally got my hands on an Apple iPad. What an amazing machine! As promised, here are my first impressions of the mind mapping apps that are now available.
MindMeister, the undisputed leader in the web-based mind mapping space, continues to release new features and functionality on a regular basis. Just announced: MindMeister 4.0, which make it more attractive as a business tool.
MindMeister recently launched a new app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Geistesblitz – a tool for capturing your ideas on the fly that has been bundled with the developer’s popular web-based mind mapping tool – is now available as a separate app.
After many months of development, MindMeister has finally unveiled its mind mapping application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. My verdict: The wait was worth it.
MindMeister, the developer of what I consider to be the most innovative web-based mind mapping tool available on the web, recently announced some impressive new features and functionality in its latest newsletter.
The developers of MindMeister recently hinted to me that by mid-February they planned to release a version of MindMeister for the iPhone and iPod Touch. They made good on that promise by announcing yesterday the acquisition of MindMaker, an iPhone-based mind mapping application.
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.
Just in time for Christmas, the developers of MindMeister announced the availability of version 3.1 of its popular online mind mapping application; the biggest enhancement in this release is the ability to add connector lines between ideas.
When you combine MindMeister’s ability to add new topics to a map via e-mail with Jott’s voice-to-text reminder service, you’ve got a very powerful tool for capturing ideas – any time, anywhere.
The developer of MindMeister recently posted a mind map preview of the features and functionality that will be offered in version 3.0 of the popular web-based visual mapping tool, expected to be formally launched any day now. I got an opportunity to play around with a pre-release version of it, and was quite impressed with it. Here are the key enhancements that will be available in version 3.0.