MinDgo 2 v2.1 is now available from the iTunes Store. What’s new in v2.1: Bug fixes related to the node text editor. Enjoy.

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MinDcard v3.1 is available for download from the iTunes App Store. MinDcard is a companion app for FreeMind, Freeplane and compatible mind-mapping applications. MinDcard transforms annotated mind maps into study cards that are organized into decks using the Leitner Learning System. What’s new in v3.1: Includes a fix to the (previously reported) incompatibility issue between MinDgo 2, MinDcard and Dropbox.

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MinDgo 2 v2.0 is now available from the iTunes App Store. MinDgo 2 is a companion app to FreeMind and Freeplane, two great open source mind-mapping applications. The MinDgo 2 app allows you to view and edit mind maps on your small screen iOS devices. What’s new in v2.0: Document synchronization. Documents can be imported, exported and synchronized with Dropbox. The document list is now ordered by the date most recently updated.

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This presentation provides a brief introduction to our iOS app, MinDcard. MinDcard a companion app that works with FreeMind, Freeplane and other compatible mind-mapping applications to turn mind maps into study cards. MinDcard identifies annotated nodes in a mind map and presents them as flash cards for study using the Leitner Learning System. Node are marked as a study card by annotating it with an icon or attribute. The node’s text will be displayed on the front of the study card and the node’s Note will be displayed on the back.

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MinDcard v3.0 is now available from the iTunes App Store. MinDcard is an iOS app that filters FreeMind compatible mind maps, transforming specially annotated nodes into study cards. These study cards are then organized into decks and presented in a flash card manner using the Leitner Learning System. What’s new in v3.0: Refreshed app internals (based on MinDgo 2) Updated app icon Minimum supported iOS version raised to 5.1

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MinDgo 2 v1.2 is now available at the iTunes App Store. This maintenance release is in response to user feedback and adds some minor usability enhancements. More extensive enhancements will follow in the next major release. Changes in v1.2 include; The app will now Prompt for Overwrite when importing a mind map with the same name of an existing document. A clearer message will be displayed when the app is unlinked with Dropbox and the Copy to Dropbox action is attempted.

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Introduction In this tutorial we’ll be covering the Dropbox features built into MinDgo 2. This tutorial uses MinDgo 2 v1.1. You can expect the Dropbox experience to improve in later releases. Starting Mind Map Start with an example mind map (Groceries.mm), loaded into Freeplane. Uncheck some items (nodes) by changing the node icons. Save the mind map to a folder on Dropbox. Import/Edit/Export Launch MinDgo 2 on an iOS device and import the Groceries.

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The MinDgo 2 v1.1 maintenance release has been approved and is ready for download from the App Store. This release contains the following changes: Bug fix: When viewing mind maps, the back button would disappear under certain conditions. Bug fix: After importing a mind map, the map would occasionally appear in the documents list before it was actually ready to be used. Updated to latest version of the Google Analytics SDK.

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I’m very happy to announce that MinDgo 2 has been approved for distribution from the Apple App Store. MinDgo 2 is a first and foremost, a companion app to FreeMind and Freeplane, two great open source mind-mapping applications for your desktop. MinDgo 2 allows you to view and edit mind maps on your small screen iOS devices. If you’re not already a FreeMind or Freeplane user, you should be. If you’re already using one of these applications, you’ll want to have MinDgo so that you will have your mind maps with you when you’re on-the-go.

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A few important announcements regarding the MinDgo iOS app; first the good news… A new MinDgo app is on it’s way. This new MinDgo is based on a fresh code-base and will have a new (as of yet unknown) name. Make sure that your mind maps are saved outside of MinDgo so that you’ll be able to import them into the new version when available. now the bad news…

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