Relevant additional information would be features, offline usage, mobile integration and pricing.
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It's a good one, the best part is that you can use OpenID to sign in, so there is no need to register yet another account.
Prezi is more suitable for presentation rather than creation of mind maps but is definitely worth looking at.
I haven't spent a lot of time playing with this one, but it looks interesting.
If anyone has a look, please leave a comment saying how you get on.
I haven't yet been able to try this but I noticed Google Docs has recently added support for drawings. This might prove to be great for mindmapping.
Two nice webapps for mindmapping that haven't been suggested yet are:
Their mobile integration and offline usage doesn't appear to be fantastic - you might be better off with www.mindmeister.com for that, but it is always good to have more options.
Pricing for Lovely Charts
The pricing converts to ~US$22.60 for Professional, and ~$36.50 for gold.
Pricing for Mindomo
There's a list here http://www.mind-mapping.org/web-based-mindmappers/ with several pages of details and compatibility info
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The master list of mind mapping & information management software
I use Seavus DropMind™ an excellent web and desktop mind mapping software with a lot of functionalities which can facilitate your everyday thinking process. It is great mind mapping tool for brainstorming, planning, organizing and sharing ideas in real time.
ThinkBuzan are launching an online Flash version of their mind mapping software, I believe next month in April.
Coggle is by far the most elegant, it's free, and it packs some serious features too:
- supports Markdown and LaTeX syntax for links, text formatting, and math
- view the revision history
- drag-drop to add images
- real-time collaborative editing
- pdf export (as vectors)
- touch-based user interface on iOS
I'm one of the Coggle team, so you'd think I was being biased, but I'd say to try it and see...