Friday, May 3, 2013

Mindjet Maps for Android 3.6

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Current Version: 3.6
Requires Android: Varies with device
Category: Productivity
Size: Varies with device
What's in this version:
Create a map in a snap using your device camera
Use the new Camera mode to create map topics from photos. Drag them to reorganize your images into a meaningful hierarchy. Annnotate or take more photos at any time.
And more…
Switch easily to Mindjet Tasks using a new button on the top toolbar.
Got an idea? Just say it! You can use Android's speech-to-text conversion feature to enter topics on your maps so you can turn your thoughts to vision without typing.

Mindjet Maps for Android

The best way to visually capture and organize information! Brainstorm ideas, take notes, and track tasks from the convenience of your Android device.

• Quick and Easy Information Capture – Use it for note taking, brainstorming, or creating tasks. Manage supporting information via attachments, links and notes.
• Anytime, Anywhere Access – Take your work with you and access it from your Android device whenever, wherever.
• Feature Packed – Mindjet for Android comes loaded with powerful features accessible through an intuitive menu. Mapping features, text styling, topic styling, relationships, and tools (attach, links, export, etc.).
• Tagging – Use keywords to organize and sort your Mindjet files. Makes it easier to search for maps as well.
• Gesture Shortcuts – Replaces the keyboard shortcuts for easy to use gesture shortcuts designed to bring the most common commands right to your fingertips.
• Dropbox® Support – Sync your Mindjet files from your phone to your PC with Dropbox.
• Mindjet File Format (.mmap).
• Support for Android 2.1 and later.

• Zoom in and out.
• Drag and drop topics.
• Create topic notes.
• Various topic styles with simple gestures.
• Add icons and images for context and detail.
• Priority markers.
• Create relationships between topics.
• Add attachments and hyperlinks to supporting files and web pages.
• Gesture shortcuts – draw shapes in order to execute various commands.
• Full-screen mode.
• File tagging for easy organization and search.
• Support for keyboard shortcuts.


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