File size: 13.15 MB
Mind mapping helps you organize your thoughts, remember information and generate new ideas.
We've created a beautiful, intuitive app, so you can mind map wherever you are and whenever you want.
Simpld Pro is designed to synchronize your Mind Maps across platforms. For example (as a separate purchase) for iPad&iPhone -https://simpld.eu//full-edition/
Easy to use.
Continuously fine-tuned based on customer feedback.
Trustworthy and reliable: 10+ years of updates and improvements.
Used in a wide range of applications: business, education, legal and medical.
Unique free-form layout or various auto layouts.
Seamless synchronization using clouds.
Add media and documents.
Share Mind Maps.
Change and customize the style of the Mind Map.
Tools to help you maintain overview.
Place topics anywhere you want in the free-form layout
or use auto layout - great for brainstog
Reorganize and restructure using drag, rotate, re-arrange or reconnect
Use checkboxes, progress bars, auto-numbering
Connect any two topics with a crosslink
Virtually unlimited page size and number of elements
Supports multiple Mind Maps on one page
Images and photos
Icons (stock, emojis or custom)
Link to a topic, mind map, contact, file or webpage
Sync mind maps with your Mac computers
Sync mind maps across platforms. For example with iPad&iPhone - as a separate purchase
Built-in support for Dropbox, Google Drive, 坚果云 - Nutstore, and Nextcloud
Use iCloud and OneDrive via Finder
For example as PDF or Image
Outline, can be imported in word processors
Create a slideshow to present your Mind Map
Export to Rders or Calendar
Change the appearance by selecting one of the 15+ style sheets
Create your own style sheets
Style every detail, exactly how you want it
Change borders, lines, colors, background color, the checkbox color, and much more
Collapse and expand branches
Hide or show branches or topics
Block out distractions with autofocus
Vighlight branches by displaying branch borders
Visually group topics with group borders
Organize your Mind Maps in folders
OS X 10.10 or later