Topics covered in the May 2011 mind mapping coaching call include moving mind maps between the iPhone and desktop mind mapping software, Tinderbox for Mac and MindManager vs. iMindMap.
Mindo is a new mind mapping app that was recently introduced for the iPad. It offers a full set of features, and looks very promising.
XMIND recently launched a new portable version of its open-source mind mapping software that can be downloaded in a single zip file – containing Mac, Windows, Linux 32-bit and Linux 64-bit versions – and used on any computer.
The developers of XMIND recently released version 3.0.3 of the increasingly popular mind mapping program, which offers a number of new and improved features.
Mind map galleries are an excellent place to learn how others are utilizing mind mapping software. These websites make it possible for users of mind mapping software to easily upload and share their maps with others, either in a public gallery or in a private, password protected area. Here’s a list of the major gallery sites, and what each one offers.
Lately, I’ve been getting a growing number of messages from readers of this blog, asking specific questions about mind mapping software. I recently realized that the questions they’re asking may very well be shared by many of you. So here are some of the most recent ones, along with my advice.
A number of recent developments have convinced me that 2009 is the year in which mind mapping software will break into the mainstream as a widely accepted business productivity tool. It has reached an “inflection point” where we will see more rapid growth than ever before. Here are the factors that I believe will drive this rapid growth.
Don’t let a little recession stop you from investing in the productivity-enhancing benefits of mind mapping software. Here are 14 programs you can purchase and download for under US $100.
XMIND Ltd. has announced the launch of a major new release of its mind mapping program, XMIND 3. As part of its goal of making XMIND more accessible to a growing audience of visual mappers, the developer has introduced a royalty-free, open-source edition of XMIND and a subscription-based professional edition, XMIND Pro 3. A new online map sharing and collaboration site, XMIND Share, was also launched this week.