New MindMapper for iOS Connects to Built-in Planner
Link visual mind maps to the built-in planner for effective management and implementation of ideas.
By: SimTech USA
This new release matches the key features of its PC counterpart, namely the ability to create project maps and linking them to the planner. Once registered as a project map, the schedules in the map will show up in the planner and any entries in the planner can be linked to that project map. It also brings Google Drive as another online storage option besides Dropbox and includes usability enhancements.
"Bringing standalone ability to link maps to the planner gives users without the PC version an option to enjoy this innovative feature on their iPads and iPhones," said Yohan Sohn, general manager of SimTech USA. "With MindMapper for iOS, you can quickly capture and organize information on the go. Moreover, daily and long-term projects are directly viewed on the map and implemented in detail using the planner, effectively driving end users to achieve goals and results."
MindMapper for iOS comes with an in-app purchase of $4.99 which unlocks project maps from two to infinite. For all the other visual mind mapping and calendar features, they are free. Also, MindMapper PC version users can use the project map feature without the in-app purchase. However, project maps can only be added from the PC.
About SimTech USA
SimTech USA developed MindMapper as an in-house tool in 1997 for industrial simulation projects. Since then, the company has pioneered the development of visual mind maps, transforming them into digital mind processors. Innovative features include the first-ever import/export feature to MS Office, Gantt chart, and process tree mapping direction. And with dedicated collaboration servers deployed in top corporations, governments, schools and militaries around the world, MindMapper makes accessing and communicating information in a visual format more convenient and productive. Now, with the new planner, implementing ideas into actions has never been easier with the new MindMapper.