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Pro Its Evernote, OneNote, and all of the above in one place
With Evernote, OneNote and RedNotebook, etc., lots of data can be stored on each, which can lead to getting bogged down in a data intensive activity. The Brain does mind mapping, which can be better as it can store massive amounts of data (like OneNote), and provides a global content search capability (like Evernote). It's Java based. OneNote's operation is too hidden behind the facade of Microsoft, and there's no doubt that Evernote is the best thing on the market for traditional paradigms, TheBrain adds some "intelligence" to your data.
Pro Cloud syncing
With an account for syncing on their servers, you can run the brain on multiple computers.
Pro Good support
Worthwhile support is offered, especially for those that pay for a subscription.
There is either a $15 a month subscription fee or a license that ranges from $219 to $299. There is a 30 day free trial for those who would like to test it before subscribing or purchasing, but overall to use this app it can be pricey.
Con High learning curve
There is a little bit of a learning curve with all software, and this is no exception.