- #: 229710
- Price: $4.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: 2009-08-19
- Current Version: 1.3.5
- Size: 0.40 MB
- Language: English, Chinese
- Seller: Yonglei Zhang
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
- © Yonglei Zhang
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iFreeMind is a native software on iPhone for reading, showing and modifing the files created by FreeMind,and also for creating, writing the FreeMind compatible format files.You can draw your mind-mapping on Windows/Linux/Mac OS X by FreeMind,and also…..
Rated 3/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
Really want to like this one...
I just want a free/cheap mind map tool for the iPhone/iPod that I can import /export with freemind. Given the open source nature of freemind, I didn't think it would be so hard to find. This app has lots of potential, but is very clunky to use. I might recommend first to option out having icons, then focussing on the useability aspects: add-sibling / add-child buttons are not obvious, be able to move stuff around...just make it feel more like freemind. Only when the basics are ready, then spend time dealing with the extras, like icons.
This is decent, but is hard enough to use that I tend not to.
Doesn't Open Some Branches
Stefan Afendoulis write:
I can't work out why it's happening but it doesn't open all the branches in my mindmap.
Why bold type? - revised review
I wrote this, below, about the font, and still feel that a plain font would be much more readable. However, having used it a bit, the fact you can export freemind files makes this a valuable tool for the price (once you figure out how to do that.) The interface has cartoonish icons. But so what? It does work, and that's the bottom line. I give it four stars compared to the competition based on low cost.
Everything you type is in a cheesy font, all bold. If it were just plain Arial or Times it would be an improvement.
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