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Company / Author[edit]

Buzan Online Limited


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What they say[edit]

“iMindMap(tm) – Software That Helps You Think!

Tony Buzan is the world’s leading expert on the brain and is the inventor of Mind Maps(r), the thinking tool used by over 250 million people. Mind Mapping helps you to excel in every area of your life by allowing you to achieve your full mental potential. A Mind Map is a tool for any thinking task.

Whilst many products have claimed to allow you to Mind Map on a computer, none have managed to fully duplicate Tony’s world renown (sic) process. Until now that is! iMindMap(tm) gives you the infinite visual variety, portability, freedom, brain friendliness and effectiveness of traditional highly proven Mind Mapping techniques.

Will run in a browser as a Java Applet. Platform specific versions are also available for the Apple Mac, Windows PC and for Linux

Edited for length from a press release:

Elements : for those who want to simply Mind Map and organise ideas;

Professional : for businesses and organisations to be creative, think and display Mind Maps;

Ultimate : fully integrated project management system … for business proposals, brainstorming, scheduling, development and event planning.”


Desktop mapping software, with iPad, iPhone and Android versions available. The mobile version of the canonical desktop mapper, designed by Tony Buzan’s company, is the one most capable of making organic mind maps as Buzan envisages them. An iPhone is not the ideal place for mind mapping, but the way iMindMap operates is the best I’ve found in the context of a really small screen. iMindMap HD Plus is obtained as an in-app purchase.

Their website[edit]

Operating System(s)[edit]

Android | iPad | iPhone / iPod Touch | Linux | Mac | Windows

Price: iMindMap Elements £29; Pro £99; Ultimate £199; iPhone: Free; iPad: $14; Android: Free  |  Status: Current  |  Date added: 2007-02-28

For free information about visual thinking techniques, visit the
Visual Thinking Center