• Create Mind Maps by Text Analysis or Wikipedia Import and memorize them with Flashcards
  • Create complex flowcharts, decision trees and process charts
  • Download Wikipedia articles and automatically build a mind map out of them
  • For text analysis, mark text locations in order to take them over as new items into the diagram
  • Mind Map and Flowchart layout
  • HTML text notes for items
  • 3D view
  • Enter description text for items and relations and display it as tooltip
  • Navigate in the diagram by tapping on an item or doing a full text search for the item name
  • Create new items and connection lines by drag and drop
  • Export the diagram as bitmap
  • Import CSV data into the diagram
  • Attach images to items and display them in an image preview
  • Insert iconic images directly into items
  • Diagrams can be printed and shared with other apps
  • Table view, where items can be rearranged by drag and drop

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New: Table view where items can be rearranged by drag and drop. We're working hard on building the best mind and concept mapping program ever, but we need your help. If you have any suggestions for further updates, please let us know. We will do our best to include them in one of the next updates. In case of problems, please contact us directly by e-mail. Only then we will have the opportunity to respond to your questions and help you solving your problem. Thank you.

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5 stars out of 5
· 6/19/2016
the best

I've been looking for the best mind mapping tools. This is the one very easy to use.

3 stars out of 5
· 6/23/2016
This is a very useful tool

I like using this app I have a ton of uses for it so far. Helping to separate and reorganize projects. I just tried the quiz aspect of the app and was disappointed by the memorize and quiz aspects. I typed in a lot of information mostly to learn to write code for software. I don't understand how the information is used for this part of the program and this was why I bought this app to help me memorize info. It be so helpful to include examples of how to use the memorizing and quiz tools so I can give you 5 stars for this great program. I need to know whats the best way to enter information to use this. A tutorial, examples, beter descriptions, something so we all know how to use this app better. Ways to breakdown information (ie. Name field: String; description field a string is used to tie objects together. category field: house hold items) something along that line so users will know how information can be entered that will improve performance of the quiz and memorizing tools. ty

3 stars out of 5
· 4/26/2016
Needs UI revamp

2016-04-26 Used to use The Brain, which has no UWP app. Trying KB now. Needs UI revamp to conform to modern UI language, e.g. hamburger and 3-dot menus. I.e. look and feel is not like a UWP app at all. Next even more serious thing is that the UI is very slow. But! I like it is a UWP app that I have also installed on my Lumia 1520 and first impression is that it has very powerful functionality, so I hope the developer is giving it an overhaul soon, so that I can award more stars to this very promising app.

4 stars out of 5
· 4/8/2016
Works decently well

After using it for a bit, I'm updating this. It works in a similar fashion to FreeMind, though FreeMind has a couple features that I'd like to see here (symbols would be nice). Admittedly the UI/UX can use some work, but after use, its not difficult to use. It really just needs some aesthetics. I'd say look to MindJet, FreeMind, or iThoughts for inspiration

3 stars out of 5
· 3/7/2016
Simple Mapping Tool/Wish There Was More Control

This is a great, simple mapping tool for sketching out ideas. However, I wish there was more control over color coding different relationships and organizing how the relationships are arranged. The colors seem to be arbitrarily assigned, and I don't see any way to change these. Also, there is no way to group dependent relationships by color or category. The presets are great, and for the cost, this is just what I needed. Still, sometimes it's easier to break out the old dry-erase board and map it out the old fashioned way.

4 stars out of 5
· 4/6/2016
Overall it is ok

A bit hard to work with. for ex: every time I push enter it saves the content and takes me out although I was looking to continue to write in a new row

5 stars out of 5
· 2/19/2016
Works well both Tablet and Desktop

Found this app to be surprisingly quick for entering ideas then again surprised by the powerful feature set. The software adapts nicely between desktop and tablet which is extremely convenient. However, there are a few oddities with the visual design. One example is the odd placement of some menu items. Another oddity is the placement of text on a relationship line. Text here is a nice feature but it can make the diagram look extremely ugly. I was pleased with my overall experience with this app.

3 stars out of 5
· 2/11/2016
Its okay

I have Visio 2016 and that is pretty boring. This app seemed like it could make mapping a little more interesting and fun for my projects. It is fun but I don't like how I can't move the position of the flows. Maybe I was doing something wrong but was unable to do so for a hour lol.

5 stars out of 5
· 1/20/2016
5 Star App - 3 Star GUI

This is an amazing app and its also incredibly powerful. The automatic Wikipedia article mind-mapping tool is very useful for college/graduate students looking to organize information on complex topics for their homework or research. However the app needs to step up its GUI rendering. The menu on the left is disproportionately large and looks pixelated. Same with the menu items on the top and right; these two are huge and you cannot hide them. They are always present interrupting your view of what's behind. These are only small flaws in an otherwise amazing app. Great Job!

5 stars out of 5
· 1/20/2016
Great Mind Mapping tool

It is a great tool for mind mapping as well as integrating research. It feels a little clunky at first. Once you get the hang of it, it actually comes in handy.

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