Apple has named its latest free App Store App of the Week, and this week, mind mapping app MindNode goes free for the next seven days. This is a great deal, as I’m told the app usually goes for a sawbuck ($10), so grab it while it’s free!
MindNode makes mind mapping delightful. Mind maps are a visual representation of your ideas, starting with a central thought and growing from there. MindNode allows you to brainstorm, organize & share your thoughts in an intuitive way, so you can focus on the idea behind it. The clean interface lets you concentrate on generating and connecting thoughts, and an infinitely expanding canvas means that no matter how big or complicated your project gets, MindNode can keep up.
MindNode has helped students, artists and project managers to be more creative with less effort.
Brainstorming — Just Start With Your Ideas • Create new ideas with a tap of your finger • Create multiple mind maps on a self-expanding canvas • Create connections between otherwise unrelated topics • Add photos and stickers to illustrate your ideas • Full VoiceOver support including gestures and other accessibility features
Organizing – Think Content, not Layout • Simply rearrange your thoughts and hide entire branches to stay on top of your idea • Automatically keep complicated mind maps organized using Smart Layout • Highlight important nodes using different colors, fonts, and strokes • Add notes to topics and labels to connections for additional details • Easily browse large and complicated maps using a built-in outline • Get things done by turning nodes into tasks, with parent nodes showing your progress
Sharing — Spread Your Thoughts Easily • Access all your mind maps from your iPhone, iPad or Mac using iCloud Drive • Share interactive documents publicly via the web through our MyMindNode service • Import your mind map from MindManager, FreeMind, OPML, Markdown, TaskPaper, CSV, or text outline • Export your mind map as a PDF, FreeMind, OPML, PNG, Markdown, TaskPaper, CSV, or text outline • Export your tasks to Apple’s Reminders and OmniFocus
MindNode works on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, and is available in the App Store, free for the next week. [GET IT HERE]