San Francisco, CA, May 05, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The software company MindMaple Inc., developer of mind mapping software to increase productivity and encourage creative thinking, announced today the launch of MindMaple Lite, a free version of their premium mind mapping software MindMaple. MindMaple Lite was launched on May 3, 2012, and is available as a free download from their website, www.mindmaple.com.
MindMaple Lite includes the same interface and many essential features of the full version of MindMaple, allowing you to map thoughts and ideas visually. According to the company, MindMaple’s interface offers more freedom for users than many competitor products, enabling users to develop personal brainstorming techniques to maximize their potential. MindMaple Lite provides all the benefits for organization and brainstorming, but differs in its range of export, design, and map theme choices.
In addition to introducing MindMaple Lite, MindMaple Inc. recently introduced a new, less expensive pricing structure for its professional mind mapping product. The new price to purchase a lifetime software license is $49.99. Customers also now have the option to purchase a 1-year subscription to the software for $9.99. In a statement from corporate headquarters, MindMaple explains the price change is intended to encourage more people to explore the benefits of brain mapping.
To celebrate the launch of MindMaple Lite and the new pricing structure, Mindmaple has announced a contest for the most creative mind map, with the winner receiving a $250 Amazon.com gift card. According to MindMaple Inc., the goal of this contest is to spark the creativity of their users, and to encourage them to apply concept mapping to their daily personal and professional lives. To enter the contest, submit a concept map created with MindMaple to firstname.lastname@example.org and “Like” the MindMaple Facebook page. A winner will be notified via email and announced on June 1, 2012.
For more information, visit MindMaple’s corporate blog at mindmaple.wordpress.com.