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Company / Author[edit]

Seavus Group


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What they say[edit]

“1 Stimulate Your Thinking

Explore a different way to increase your creativity and inspire yourself to generate innovative ideas by using mind maps.

  • Visually present thoughts and views
  • Capture ideas on different devices
  • Develop your designs structure

2 Organize daily activities

Confront the daily clutter of thoughts and start depicting them in an organized and structured format.

  • Create an exercise plan and track progress
  • Organize hobbies’ and recreational activities
  • Build a skills portfolio

3 Strengthen your memory

Boost your memory and learn faster by visualizing information with images, icons and signs in white boards and concept maps.

  • Beat the everyday work overload
  • Set reminders within mind maps
  • Remove boundaries of the linear world”


iMindQ was formerly DropMind, and has been rebranded and developed. We looked at its version 7, and found a comprehensive mapper with a familiar ribbon layout and user interface. It competes well functionally with the likes of Mindjet at a much lower price point. As with its predecessor, DropMind, the requirement to give extensive personal data (even telephone number) before users can download a free trial is burdensome and unusual in try-before-buy software. G+

Their website[edit]

Operating System(s)[edit]

browser based | iPad | iPhone / iPod Touch | Mac | Windows

Price: Windows: US$143; Mac: US$95; iPad/iPhone: $8; Online: US$51/year.  |  Status: Current  |  Date added: 2014-06-17

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