xmind-icon We all have a lot of things going on in your mind. We try to remember the best ideas, but without a good way to scribble them down, they often flee away.
If you think you need to take that mind-mapping to a digital level, then XMind is just what you need. It helps you note your ideas in an easily understandable fashion and share those ideas with your friends and co-workers. In addition, as an open-source software, you’d be sharing your mind-blowing thoughts to your team free, without the need to buy anything.

XMind lets you map those ideas one at a time, making it easier for collaborations and teams to suggest ideas. This is also very useful for teams who telecommute and who often teleconference or meet on the web. XMind lets them draw their minds and ideas, create lines and associations, put pictures and make idea sharing more fun than drawing on a white board in a conference room.


Aside from mind mapping, XMind also has a sharing site where people can upload their mind map files and share them across the cyberspace, making collaborations from teams all over the world even easier.

XMind, combined with online sharing service, provides a revolutionary way to enable both team brainstorming and personal mind mapping. With this major upgrade, we bring Web 2.0 concepts on community sharing into a popular desktop application. New Gantt view allows project managers to easily track project tasks and schedules.

As an open-source software, XMind lets other people contribute to its development and make it better and more user-friendly with each realease. It is available for Windows, Mac OSX, Ubuntu, & Eclipse, and it even has a Portable version which you can take around in your USB flash drive or external hard drive.

XMind is a free software, but the company also offers a Pro version, for which you need to pay a yearly subscription fee. On the other hand, for simple idea sharing and mind mapping, the XMind does wonders – and it effectively unclutters your mind.

Related Links:
XMiind’s Official Website

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