DropMind is a mind mapping app created by the company Seavus. Mind maps help people visualize complex thoughts or concepts in a more tangible, chart-based format. DropMind stands out from the crowd of brainstorming and mind mapping tools by promoting their unique four-sphere layout. This is what makes DropMind unlike any other mind-mapping app out there (and there are already quite a few similar tools available).
The four-sphere layout essentially means that the topics are arranged automatically around the central topic—that is, either above, below, to the left, or to the right of the central topic. This is a different, and possibly more effective way of mind mapping, though admittedly we’re not sure it’s enough to make DropMind the clear winner. We’re still accustomed to dragging topics around and placing items wherever we wish.
Still, there are other reasons to consider DropMind. It comes loaded with powerful features, including a collaborative element where you can chat with other users, be notified when your project has been updated, and publish mind maps online for anyone to see. You can also drastically modify the design of your Mind-map by altering colors, styles, adding icons & images, hyperlinks and more. Overall, DropMind is a good addition to the suite of mind-mapping applications on the market.
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