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Connected Mind: Free Mind Map Creating App For Google Chrome

Connected Mind is a browser based free mind map editor for Google Chrome that can helps you in planning and decision making works. With this app, you can draw unique and memorable mind maps, decode complex ideas of your mind, store them in the cloud for free and access them anywhere.

Though little slow on working, it gives you the same flexibility as you have with a hand-drawn map. Moreover, being a browser-based tool it is easy for you to connect to references on the internet and include rich web content and links in your notes.

Moreover, there is no limit to the number of maps you can create and you can store them in the free cloud storage provided. No need to create an account, sign in with your Google or GMail account and your maps can be stored in the cloud on a Google database.

Once stored in the cloud, you can access your mind maps from any device that has Google Chrome installed.

You can install Connected Mind free from Chrome Web Store (via)


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