App Review: Simplemind+

Today’s app deals with mind-mapping and has been so effective in my teaching I haven’t done a single mindmap by hand since I came across it. Simplemind+ has its flaws of course. I don’t like the fact that I can’t export from it nor can I save my mindmaps online without taking a photo of them on the ipad, but for sheer speedy usability it is the best that I’ve come across. The advantages over the board are manifold. Firstly the mindmap can be saved as a gif and sent to students who are missing. It can be reopened and built on again, used the following year. Plus it forces brevity, gone are the long-winded bullet points I was infamous for, short form rules. Take a look at the video and see what you think, oh and it’s free!

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