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MindLayout
MindLayout
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MindLayout free download for Mac

MindLayout

Version 3.0.3

Mind mapping.

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Based on 1 user rateRead reviews & comments

MindLayout overview

MindLayout allows you to visually outline information > streamline thoughts > plot thoughts in a map > increase productivity > get organized

Use Mind Layout to:

  • Explore ideas, brainstorm them
  • Create school projects, class notes
  • Make travel plans
  • Create health and diet charts
  • Formulate project roadmaps
  • Create presentations and more
Features
  • Create, edit, and import mind maps.
  • Add child and sibling nodes
  • Search node feature allows easy nodes discoverability
  • Simply drag or drop the nodes to cut-copy-paste
  • Color coded nodes
  • Select theme for your map - follow color, level color, no border mode, grayscale mode, night mode
  • Add notes and URL to nodes and open it with a single tap.
  • Multiple line styles - dotted, straight and curve to arrange nodes
  • View map in list format

What’s new in version 3.0.3

Updated on Oct 27 2017

Version 3.0.3:
  • #Add Layout format plugin of QuickLook.

Information

License

Shareware

Size

3.5 MB

Downloads

777

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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ChristopherGrant
ChristopherGrant
Jan 8 2017
1.4.1
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Jan 8 2017
1.0
Version: 1.4.1
PROS: None whatsoever. CONS: Buggy and ugly. The application is very similar to MindNode Pro and their website is a complete rip-off of MindNode’s own website. Clearly the developer isn’t providing anything new and thus it’s unlikely to grow or be supoprted in the future. VERDICT: I get that sometimes in order to innovate or create one must start with a good idea, but when a developer copies things to such a degree I have trouble recommending them for any reason. I recommend passing this application up. Investing in these type of developers erodes good app’s ability to provide us with good experiences.