Version 1.25 – Released 2 Dec 2019

  • Version 1.25.1 released 4 Dec 2019 – fixes bugs reported on v1.25.0
  • We’ve added a style panel so you can easily style topics, lines, and more. Simply tap the brush icon or select “style” from the overflow menu. The style panel is stays visible next to your mind map – every change you’ll make is immediately visible. Read more…
    Style
  • Tap once in blank space to display the mind map style when the style panel is open.Read more…
    mind map style
  • To close the style panel, swipe right or again tap the brush icon.
  • Android 9 is supported (API 28).
  • The color picker has been improved.
  • OneDrive upload error has been fixed for files smaller than 4MB.
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Version 1.24 – Released 2 Sept 2019

  •  Slideshow support. Define slides by selecting topics and play slideshow inside SimpleMind or export as zipped set of .png images. Read more…
    Slideshow Android tablet
  • Auto focus extended with Lock Auto Focus on Selected Branch. The branch remains focused until Auto focus style is changed (disabled etc).
  • Topic dialog uses + and * icons for “add child” and “add sibling” – now also available on smaller devices.

 

Version 1.23.0 – Released 15 April 2019

  • OneDrive supportOneDrive support added. You can now use OneDrive to synchronize mind maps across devices.
  • Wysiwyg (What you see is what you get ) rich text support in notes, topics and labels.
  • “Natural+Colors on Black” stylesheet added
  • Auto Focus can include cross linked topics.
  • Group borders
    • Display a group border around any set of topics.
    • Improved appearance of branch borders
    • Branch borders can be added to central themes.
  • Topics support dashed line styles (via style toolbar – Line width)
  • Drag drop rearrange topics in auto layout mode no longer fully expands dragged topics
  • Linked documents (images, voice memos etc.) uploaded to same directory in cloud as mind map
  • Minimum Android version increased to 4.0.3 (SDK 15)
  • Bug fixed in cloud explorer listings
  • Bug fixed in Nextcloud support: directory names containing a dot caused problems.

 

Version 1.22.0 – Released 4 Dec 2018

  • Nextcloud support added.
    You can now use your own Nextcloud based cloud server to synchronize mind maps across devices.
  • Delete command on Relation toolbar
  • Removed options for shadow support in mind maps

Version 1.21 – Released 22 Aug 2018

  • v1.21.2 beta – released 5 Sept 2018. Nextcloud support in beta.
    You can now use your own Nextcloud based cloud server to synchronize mind maps across devices.
  • Version 1.21.1 – released 27 Aug 2018. Fixes an Android 8.1 related crash that occurred when synchronizing to Dropbox or Google Drive when switching away to another app.
  • Select multiple local mind maps and use “Delete”, “Move to folder” or “Copy to Cloud”
  • Crosslinks can be used to make a summary or merge paths (A in image below).
  • Manually toggle the crosslink style via “Toggle cross link style” in the relation toolbar . You can use this to style as a “normal” crosslink or to style as a hierarchical relation and merge paths or make a summary.
  • Maximum image thumbnail size increased to 480 pixels
  • Scroll using 2 or 3 fingers. This can be used when an image leaves no empty space to scroll.
  • Auto Focus mode. Read more…
  • Allows Dropping on collapsed topic.
  • Keyboard zoom: zoom-in, zoom-out keys, Ctrl+[ and Ctrl+], Ctrl+Num Add, Ctrl+Num Subtract
  • Android 8.1 support
  • Add Shortcut to home screen restored for Android 8.0, displays a mind map thumbnail.
  • Dropbox fix: Dropbox does not accept dots in file name, this could cause problems in uploaded and linked documents.
  • Bug fixed: Uploading a linked local document to Dropbox would not work
  • Bug fixed: Scrolling collapsed / hidden elements visible in auto layout could result in wrong scroll position
  • Cloud support internally restructured

Version 1.20.0 – Released 13 Feb 2018

  • Breadcrumb bar in Mind Map Explorers for quick navigation between folders.
  • Import text files (.txt) – Local: import from File; Dropbox, Google Drive: import from Mind Map Explorer.
  • Paste Text as List – in Mind Map editor toolbar “Add” commands
  • Default Layout Direction for new Mind Maps can be set in Preferences | General