Like many other people, I use Evernote as an information dump. Despite my best efforts to keep things organized with multiple notebooks and tags, my account has become almost as unwieldy as an overstuffed filing cabinet, with stacks of PDFs, web clippings, and notes going back years.

That’s why I was intrigued by Mohiomap, a web app that turns your Evernote into mind maps. Mohiomap also recently added support for Google Drive and Dropbox accounts.

Mohiomap, which has received seed funding from investors in New Zealand, where it is based, currently uses a freemium model. In the free version, users can look at, navigate, and search their mind maps. With the premium feature, which costs $5 a month, you can chose from custom themes and create connections between different nodes on your map; access an analytics dashboard; and add comments to notes or files.


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