Who Uses iMindMap?
If you're looking to enhance your creativity, use iMindMap as the tool to help drive you forward. Develop your mind mapping, brainstorming and project planning skills, all within one place.
What Is iMindMap?
As the first Mind Mapping, brainstorming and project planning software, iMindMap is a complete digital workspace. iMindMap has helped over 1 million people boost their productivity and creativity in a range of tasks, from ideation, planning and project managing to studying, teaching, presenting and more. Workspaces include Mind Map View, Radial Map View, Organisational Charts, Brainstorm View, Presentation View, Bubble Web Mode, Bubble Groups, 3D View plus more unique features.
iMindMap Pricing Overview
iMindMap does not have a free version and does not offer a free trial. See additional pricing details for iMindMap below.
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Reviewed on 03/02/2020
Supportive tool for mindmapping
Any I can find:
- overview of topics (learning)
- overview of incidents (troubleshooting)
- great feature set
- elaborate shortcut set (quick entering data)
- great options to use visual indicators (Icons, numbers, etc.) in the mind maps
- good export options
- pleasing visual appearance
- normal file management, so easy to organize multiple mind maps
Cons: is replaced by cloud option - that is not supporting the greatest parts of the feature set in iMindMap yet. Zooming and keeping the overview can be a little challenging, but nothing compared to the benefits of the solution
Reviewed on 08/03/2019
Original and Best: Mind Mapping as it should be done
Comments: Having Mind Mapped on paper for over twenty years before this product came along, I was already very comfortable with the discipline. This was the first digital product I tried, nearly ten years ago, and it still stands out head and shoulders above its rivals as a pure Mind Mapping product. Others may seem to align closely with certain disciplines (engineering or IT), but none delivers as consistently as iMindMap.
Pros: iMindMap adheres more closely to Tony Buzan's original concept of mind-mapping as a discipline than any other rival I have tried. As, of course, it should. It is always intuitive and supports you seamlessly, especially if working on an ipad pro or similar large touch screen device.
Cons: The more detailed branch selection tool can be fiddly to control now that so many options are available in the full menu, but the simple default options (line or narrative box) are usually sufficient. Also, particularly in touch screen mode, it can be way too easy to input a branch or sub-branch by accident, just brushing the screen. The "undo" key helps, but it can interrupt your flow when working quickly.
Reviewed on 25/01/2019
What it could have been
Comments: It has the potential of being the best mindmap app out there. the key reason for that it allows you to see the information in different ways, something most of its competitors are very limited in. I tested once, then did not buy, but a few weeks later tested it again and bought. It has certain distinct presentation advantages-nothing changed in those weeks, but I wanted the other features. I just really wish they would have done the job completely. The tweaks would be comparatively minor, but they would turn a good product into a great product. If they would do that, I would rate it number 1. Now, it's "what it could have been".
Pros: I use several mind-mapping apps to lay out information. Imind gives you the ability to see information displayed in several ways, not just the traditional tree-branch style. You Canada see your info as a radial fan, note cards, and as connected bubbles. This is very helpful in seeing information from other perspectives.
Cons: very limiting in certain aspects. color choices are limited, only pastels. rectangles or bubbles don't increase in size with added text, so text is divided incorrectly or not visible at all. example: the word "emotional" might appear as "emoti" within the bubble-and even if you click on it, it doesn't expand. "Brainstorm" and "Radial" correlate but not exactly. Example, drawing connections in Brainstorming do not appear in radial.
Reviewed on 03/02/2020
iMindMap is a Great Tool For Brainstorming!
Comments: iMindMap was one of main tools that I used for research in my master's dissertation. My team and I use iMindMap when anytime we are brainstorming for a variety of topics such as marketing / sales strategies, business process optimization, or even planning the Company Christmas Party!
Pros: I started using iMindMap for my master's dissertation when I was doing my MBA and still use it for brainstorming in my business today! iMindMap allows you to make graphically beautiful mind maps to help you and your team with brainstorming.
Cons: Well, not much but it would be cool if there were some animations used for videos when you create your Mind Map that you could use for social media channels such as YouTube.
Reviewed on 26/10/2018
iMindMap a good implementation of a great creative tool
Pros: Good implementation of the mind mapping construct. Actively in development with cool new features being added with new releases. Mindmaps are now sharable from desktop to iOS devices.
Cons: The implementation on the Mac is just OK, not terribly optimized and the app is downright slow on older computers and not even very impressive even on new fast machines. Nothing in the controls is especially integrated with the Mac OS. For instance, no toolbar integration.