MindNode 7.3.1 LATEST
macOS 10.14 Mojave or later
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MindNode for Mac 2020 full offline installer setup for Mac
The app lets you stay organized by easily rearranging your thoughts and folding away any distractions. Use notes for additional detail, find ideas quickly in the outline view and get things done by turning your thoughts into tasks. With iCloud Drive you have all your documents on all your devices. Should you feel the need to share, MyMindNode lets you upload an interactive version of your documents. And finally, MindNode for macOS supports a wide range of document formats you can import from and export to.
Features and Highlights
Nothing’s worse than a mind map so cluttered you can’t read it. With Smart Layout your mind map will automagically be kept tidy and the tool’s infinite canvas will keep up with all your ideas.
Thinking happens primarily with images and their associations. So you can use stickers to express your ideas, even color-matching them with all the themes, or simply use your own photos.
The app’s Interface is a model citizen. With support for fullscreen mode, iCloud Drive and file versions, VoiceOver, and many more system features, Mind Node fits seamlessly into your world.
Turning your ideas into tasks is super simple. And once you know what your tasks are, you can easily export them to dedicated ToDo apps like Things, OmniFocus and Reminders.
If you have more to say, add a Note to your idea. You can even format the text and add links. Creating a visual outline for your next blog post has never been easier.
With the outline sidebar you can easily browse through the largest document. Expand or collapse what you need, zoom in on the stuff you’re looking for, and search your entire document.
No matter if you’re on the go and want to use your Apple Watch or iPhone, or if you want to do creative work on your iPad or Mac. You can access the latest version of all your mind maps from all your devices using iCloud Drive.
You can publicly share interactive documents. Best of all, they are available via the web through MyMindNode service. So whom-ever you’ll send them too, they’ll be able to explore your ideas without having to install anything.
No matter where your data is coming from, or where you want to continue working on it—you can import from and export to a wide range of documents like FreeMind, OPML, OmniFocus, Things, PDF, and Markdown.
Note: 30 node limit per document. Requires 64-bit processor.