|Current Version||Version: 1.10|
iThoughtsHD is a mind mapping tool for the iPad. If you have an iPhone or iPod Touch then please check out iThoughts. Mindmapping enables you to visually organise your thoughts, ideas and information. Typical Uses: • Task lists. • Brainstorming. • Project planning. • Goal setting. • Concept mapping. • Course Notes/Revision. • Meeting Notes. Highlights: • Import and export to and from many of the most popular desktop applications • Freemind/Freeplane • Novamind 4 / 5 • MindManager 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 • XMind 3 • iMindmap 4 • Mindview 3 / 4 (Windows only) • ConceptDraw MINDMAP 6 / 7 • MindGenius >3.71 • OPML (Omnioutliner, Scrivener etc.) • Single tap synchronisation with Dropbox/Box.net/MobileMe/WebDAV cloud services (and iTunes.) • Create and Open email attachments in all supported formats. • Unlimited Undo/Redo. • Export PDF and PNG versions of your ideas. • Save maps to the Camera Roll (and then paste the image into other apps.) • Keyboard shortucts and TextExpander integration for fast brainstorming. • Present your ideas on the big screen using an external projector (VGA output.) • Create large maps with many hundreds of topics (canvas is over 600 'screens' in size.) • Automatic 10 minute snapshots provide version history. • Automatic daily archive with email option for easy backup and peace of mind. • Cut/Copy/Paste within and between maps and other applications (such as Mail and Notes) • Auto-align topics within a map with the 'Keep Organised' feature. • Attach task management information to topics (start/due date and progress) • Over 90 builtin icons. • Assign priorities to topics. • Attach notes with hyperlinks to topics. • Assign different colours and shapes to topics. • Create relationships between topics. • Expand/Collapse branches to keep things manageable. • Rainbow colour scheme (auto colours based on position of topic relative to the centre.) • Configurable canvas backgrounds. • Multiple topic options (shapes, callouts, floating, boundaries.) • Drag and drop topics and branches - then reattach, merge or 'float' them. • Organize your maps into Folders • Create new maps 'based on' (existing maps, clipboard, selected branch) Please visit the website http://www.ipadmindmap.com for more information, screenshots and videos.