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"Interested But Pass"
Just like other mindmap software.
Expensive, like other mindmap software.
With the free Xmind available, I don't know why people would pay $250 for mindmap software anymore. Maybe $20 for a personal and $50 for a pro version, but that depends on features and capability. I cut my mindmap teeth on MindJet and ConceptDRAW's products - which are in the same ball park price and feature-wise. So far, Xmind does everything that I need, including linking objects, etc, which is why I haven't had a reason to upgrade from versions 7 and 5 of Mindjet and ConceptDRAW, respectively. Viewing attachments in an app is nice, but there isn't a piece of software that does it without a spinning beachball popping up and slowing a system down, unless one has a lot of RAM - which also is affected by the size of the attachment, size of the app's database, and how many apps they routinely have open.
On top of that, Xmind has a free community. So I don't understand the $250 for the software, and then $6.25/month fee for the WebBrain service. Where as Xmind is $49/year, but that's IF they want to go for the Pro version. Comparison-wise, it's cheaper to go with Xmind (free or $49/year), or PersonalBrain ($224/year or $234/year (includes WebBrain fee)).