Mindjet is a popular name in mindmapping software. Many Tablet PC users considered MindManager a key App not just because of its excellent mind mapping ability but also because you could do your work in Digital Ink. Mindjet has previously released MindJet for iOS that give you much of the mind mapping functionality, without the digital ink of course as a part of its mobile strategy.
Now, it looks like Mindjet wants to head into the Android Market and instead of releasing a version of its own software, it has acquired Thinking Space, a company that already has a mind mapping App on the Android platform that has already sold over million copies of that App.
I’ve used the Mindjet App for iOS as well as another product iThoughtsHD for some mind mapping but have not used Thinking Space. I’m curious to hear from any users who may have used this App.
As this TechCrunch article points out, Mindjet isn’t making a big deal about the purchase but is making a big deal about having an App on the Android platform.
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