Difference between revisions of "Pocket Freemind"

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'''Price''': Free  |  '''Status''': Current  |  '''Date added''': 2007-07-07  
'''Price''': Free  |  '''Status''': Current  |  '''Date added''': 2007-07-07  
[[Category:Current]] [[Category:Software]] [[Category:outlines]] [[Category:OS: Windows Mobile]]
[[Category:Current]] [[Category:Software]] [[Category:outlines]] [[Category:OS: Windows Mobile]] [[Category:Open source]]

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Company / Author[edit]



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What they say[edit]

“Pocket Freemind is an open-source Windows Mobile application for taking notes in a hierarchical structure. This allows you organize your notes as you take them. The file format used by Pocket Freemind is compatible with the desktop application Freemind, an open-source mind-mapping application. Although Pocket Freemind uses the same file format as Freemind, Pocket Freemind is not techincally a mind-mapping application because it does not display the data radially. However, you can still use Pocket Freemind for this purpose, as it was designed to be a way to create and modify Freemind mindmaps on the go.”


The name might make you think this is a mind mapping tool, but it’s actually an outliner. But it’s not just riding on the coattails of FreeMind – it earns the name by ‘using the same file format’.

Their website[edit]


Operating System(s)[edit]

Windows Mobile

Price: Free  |  Status: Current  |  Date added: 2007-07-07