WriteMapper 2 is a flexible, dead-simple desktop app for mind mapping

I’ve been using mind maps more often lately, to plan feature stories, as well as for household maintenance and hobby projects. While pen and paper work great, software tools are more flexible and can accommodate detailed information better. I tested a bunch of web apps like Mindmeister and Bubbl over the past few weeks, and I liked a couple of them enough. But I’m especially digging WriteMapper, which is available for Windows, macOS, and iPad. The desktop app is great for creating simple or complex mind maps. It’s a breeze to navigate through nodes without ever touching your mouse – you…

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