5 of The Best Android Apps for Creating Visual Concept Maps

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October 18, 2014
1- Mindomo

Capture your thoughts directly on mind maps, turn them into presentations on the fly, and share them with others. Synchronize your maps to the cloud, from any device.The Mindomo platform creates a powerful environment where you can easily collaborate with others by sharing ideas and working together on mind maps in real time. No matter where you go, you can creatively bring your ideas to life.
2- MindMeister

MindMeister for Android lets you create, edit and share your mind maps on your Android handset or tablet and synchronize them with the award-winning free online MindMeister service, either alone or collaboratively with others.

Mindjet Maps for Android lets you easily enter ideas, tasks, and meeting notes into intuitive visual maps that help you quickly organize concepts and prioritize action items. Instantly create new maps or import them from Mindjet Connect. 

4- SimpleMind

SimpleMind Free for Android is a mind mapping tool that turns your android phone or tablet into a brainstorming, idea collection and thought structuring device.The Free version comes with basic but powerful Mind Mapping features.
5- WeCollabrify

WeCollabrify is an Android app that helps students collaborate and learn anywhere. Some of its features include:
  • WeMap: (Collabrify concept maps) Organize thoughts and ideas with classmates in real-time. Approach concepts in a collaborative fashion, and conquer problems together.
  • WeSketch: (Collabrify drawings) Share and edit drawings in real-time. With WeSketch, your students can work together and SEE what their classmates are learning.
  • WeKWL: (Collabrify KWL charts) KWL charts are widely used in classrooms today...but not like this. We've given this tried and true tool a new twist: collaboration. Perfect for group projects and studying, WeKWL is the future of the graphical organizer.