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With Edraw MindMaster Wondershare offers a usable and easy-to-use app for creating mind maps. Whether task distribution, brainstorming, the first phase of project planning or other use - you can use the program under macOS on the Mac as well as under iOS / iPadOS on Apple mobile devices. There are also versions for Windows, Android and Linux. So that the mind maps not only contain colors, lines and words, Edraw MindMaster brings different themes, structures, over 700+ modern cliparts and the possibility of individualization for everything. The demo version is free; the full range of functions is available after purchasing the full version.
Edraw MindMaster is a specialized app from the Edraw range from Wondershare. While in Edraw Max From diagrams to plan structures to infographics everything is possible, MindMaster focuses on mind maps. But the price is also lower (see below). The created mind maps and brainstorming results can be output in different formats and used in different ways. Whether as a PDF, Word or Excel document, JPG graphic or other file, you can save your results locally, move them to the cloud or share them in apps. This works, for example, with Evernote, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Wondershare shows how sharing works from within the program via a web link, QR code and other means Video.
You can find a lot more information, usage examples and user reviews on the Software website. There you can also download Edraw MindMaster free of charge. However, the functions of the app are limited in the free demo version so that it is only suitable for trying out. But if you like it, you can unlock all functions and options by purchasing the full version. There are various price models for this, which depend on the type of use and the period of use or update. I have compiled an overview for you below:
|Lifetime license with continuous updates||License with 2 years of free updates||Subscription license|
|Single user||99 €||79 €||49 € / year|
|Team from 1 person, with packages up to 20+ people||149 € / year||129 € / year||59 € / year|
|Academic use / non-profit||Offer upon request (from $ 3,25 per month)|
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