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Quick Node
Quick Node
Quick Node free download for Mac

Quick Node

Version 1.2

Mind mapping and diagramming app.

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Quick Node overview

With Quick Node, organize your notes and your thoughts efficiently. Quick Node is intuitive and easy to use! Maintain your flow of thought without the complications.

  • Infinite scroll allows for a large workspace free of clutter
  • Add notes, pictures, and other free text to your mind map
  • Resize and format any node you want
  • Customize fonts and colors for easy organization
  • Drag nodes and easily add child or parent nodes with a single click
  • Snappable grid available for easy positioning
  • Save and print your mind maps for easy portability or presentation

What’s new in version 1.2

Updated on Jul 18 2014

Version 1.2:
  • Fixed issues with print to PDF.





5 MB



App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8 or later
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Sep 6 2014
Sep 6 2014
Version: 1.2
I am very disappointed. This app will do to your flow of ideas the exact opposite a mind map is supposed to do. I have used various mind mapping apps but this one is by far the worst. Quick means being able to use the keyboard for firing your ideas through at least the use of tab and return commands. Not only there are no keyboard commands to be used within the app, but it takes lots of clicking and the clicking has to be done inside a small area (look at the + sign on the pictures). More time must have been spent on the design of the icon and marketing speech than on the application itself. Just click on the ‘About MindMap’ (?) from inside the app or the website and you will understand looking at (the lack of) information this guy has shared with the users why he prefers to stay completely anonymous. Nobody would hire him as a programmer or designer… ever!