Mindly helps to organize your inner universe. Give a structure to your thoughts, capture ideas, plan a speech, take notes. It is up to you. The universe is yours.

Use it for:
• Thought structuring
• Idea collection
• Brainstorming
• Planning a project
• Preparing a speech
• Preparing for a meeting
• Writing a quick summary

If you are a visual person (like us) you will love the way Mindly works. Mindly eliminates all unnecessary clutter and helps you to focus on your ideas, thoughts and concepts.

o Infinite hierarchy of elements
o Attach notes, image or icon to any element
o Color schemes for elements
o Visual clipboard for reorganizing content
o Export as mindmap (PDF/OPML/Text/Image)
o iCloud support
o Passcode / Touch ID

In-App purchase will remove the limit on the number of elements that you can manage. Full version has the widest range of export options and functionality (Search/Passcode/Touch ID).

What’s New

Version 1.38

- Fixed an issue with font colors.
- Possibility to use compact layout on iPhone.
- Minor improvements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
816 Ratings

816 Ratings

so.many.nicknames.taken ,

Fantastic app! I love it

This app makes it so easy to map out my essays and other stuff (yes I know I’m so specific). I do not know what I would do without it! This app is very self explanatory and, quite frankly, fun to use. I love all the different color options. I also like how you can write the main idea of a bubble and go into detail about it underneath. There are endless opportunities on this fantastic app. I really enjoy using it. I would highly recommend it for all students and other people. I do not have the pro version, but I really do not have a need to get it because all it does is provide you with the ability to do more bubbles, but you can make plenty bubbles without it. So, all in all, I think you, reader, should get this app to organize your thoughts, plan out an essay, etc, etc.

M. Lucero ,

Not really mind-mapping.

This app looks beautiful and has a really well-designed interface, but it doesn't really offer what I need. To me, the whole point of mind-mapping is to visualize the links between things and ideas in order to reveal hidden connections. This app does the mapping, but has no way to link objects except to the object they are initially linked to. So, for example, if you wanted to make a map where you have breakfast, lunch, and dinner foods, you could do that just fine. But if you wanted to show that cheeseburgers can be both a lunch and dinner food, the only way to do so is to create "cheeseburger" twice — once under lunch, then again under dinner. The ideal would be to create the object under one of them, then draw a link to the other, so you only have one "cheeseburger", and linked to both lunch and dinner. This way you see the connections between the ideas — again, the whole point of mind-mapping. Creating the object twice (one under each category) is accurate, but not useful, since you'd actually have to explore the entire map in order to make the connection that cheeseburger is under more than one category. Which, again, defeats the whole purpose of mind-mapping.

Siobhan Lozada ,

On the right path

This app has lots of potential. Great look compared to the rest, but missing basic functionality, including enlarged note pages (they remain minimal, even on a computer version), text editing capability (bold, italic, font options would be nice!) and collage capability to add photos/snippets to the actual note page (images currently attach as a lone circle). Circles can be colored (textures would also be nice) and icons can be added (instead of icons, it would be nice to choose a background image from photos). Then make the whole thing 3D to visually link different themes to other distant circles (avoiding redundancy/replication), and then make it movable with Apple finger commands for efficiency/speed. So close (closer than the rest), yet so far from perfect for note compiling and innovative and artistic thinking. I will do my best to use it until future upgrades have the aforementioned demands~ thanks and you’re welcome!

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