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Mindjet: Android App to Decode Your Complex Ideas From Anywhere

A mind map editor can have greater help in certain situations. It help us lists our ideas in an organized manner, recall finer points for our project, avoid tendency of skipping important points during a brainstorming session, etc. I had mentioned few such applications for PC in previous articles, here is a mobile mind map editor for Android phone to decode your ideas from anywhere.

Mindjet for Android is a free, feature rich mind-mapping app that helps you visually capture and organize information, brainstorm ideas, take notes, and track tasks from the convenience of your Android device.

Like its desktop counterpart, it also has lot powerful features – mapping, text styling, topic styling, color, relationships, and tools (attach links, export, etc.), which helps you do your work flawlessly.

You can also synchronize your Mindjet files from your phone to your PC with Dropbox.

The main benefit of Mindjet for Android is it can come to your aid to segregate ideas, especially for planning and decision-making from anywhere.

Interested users can download Mindjet for Android from Android Market.


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