MindMup

A free mind mapping tool that can bed used online, with Google Drive, and on your desktop.

Lucid Chart (also an add-on in Google Docs)




















Thinkglink

An interactive mind map. Upload a drawing (graphic) to Thinglink and then pin with videos, images, audio files, and links to example each part of the mind map.




Mind42.com

manage all your ideas, whether alone, twosome or working together with the whole world. As mind42 runs inside the browser, installing mind mapping tools is no longer needed - for a hassle-free mindmapping experience. Just open the browser and launch the application when needed - it behaves like a classical desktop application!

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Spicynodes (Beta)

SpicyNodes is a way to visualize online information that mimics that way that people look for things in the real world. Bits of information — such as text, links, photos, and other media — are placed into "nodes," which are then linked together in an appealing interface that invites exploration. SpicyNodes can be used for everything from mind maps and content portals to organizational charts and lesson plans.













Webspiration WEB 2.0

Brainstorm ideas and create outlines - similar to Inspriation

Bubbl.us WEB 2.0

Create mind maps with or without your peers.

Edistorm

Edistorm takes the metaphor of sticky notes on a boardroom wall and brings it online allowing anyone - anywhere to brainstorm with only a web browser.
Each user picks their favorite ideas and Edistorm brings the best ones forward.



Mindomo

An online mind map application where users can create, view and share mind maps in their browser. Mindomo is offering the basic services for free, while charging for advanced features. Education gets a 50% discount. Unregistered users can view the mind maps, while registered users are permitted to create and share mind maps.
The free version limits the number of private maps to seven and disables some special features like spell checking.