Trout (Mind Mapping)
Current Version: 1.6.1
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 2.9 MB - Download
Trout is a mind mapping utility which is loosely based on the mind mapping concept that allows you to rapidly associate ideas and help you organise your ideas in a non-linear way.
You are not restricted from cross linking your nodes and links may be labelled.
The UI is keyboard oriented and can be used on a laptop without mousing which makes it ideal for lectures and seminars
You can also work with your mind maps on the iPad version.
*** For anyone reading reviews from 2012 about crashing when opening documents. That issue was fixed in 2012***
Fixes bug that prevented some new users from opening documents.
Most Helpful Reviews
This is a helpful cheap app - .
Taiwan Is Lucky! - Boy am I wishing I had that Taiwanese return policy about now! This application is garbage. I tried importing stuff from MindMap, I can't even figure out how to get stuff to move around on the screen properly. Even in a fresh document, if you delete something there is still stuff lingering on the screen. It looks nice in the screenshots, but this app is usable only by those who don't intend on editing stuff once they've put it in place… unless they want to edit XML.
More Reviews for Current Version
Worth making more robust (and writing an actual manual) - This app has SOOO much potential! Incredibly flexible and capable of handling gobs of data. Finished charts can be beautiful, although the default settings aren’t that attractive or readable (black on red?!) Not the easiest thing to learn; some well-organized tutorials with examples would go a really long way. Preferably they would be created by someone who didn’t write the app (i.e., hasn’t been “soakling in it” so long that everything seems obvious) but came in late and had to learn from scratch like a real noob. Sadly I just had the first occasion in months to use it and it had actually LOST some of its former capabilities. All of a sudden the link labels don’t work so I can’t identify the internode relationships, which is important for what I’m doing. Heaven knows why they aren’t being displayed, and the extremely sparse information available didn’t help me solve it. I’d installed Sierra recently; maybe that’s why, or maybe not.