By far the best anatomy app on android . Needs some improvement in bone details (tubercles, fossas , etc) . It will be great to have a cross platform licence. It's a bit unfair to purchase it again for my windows pc .
Useful for teaching Not perfect but so far the best I could find for my note 4
It's pretty good overall Things I could recommend: Have a suggested views page where you have preset views for some things. Like abdominal cavity, where some things are faded away already. Maybe create an online environment where people could contribute presets views. Paying for extra content is kind of of harsh, especially for specific bone landmarks. Maybe include some schematic diagrams for nerves and vessels and lymph to aid in learning branching patterns. Include inter-organ ligaments as well.
Expensive, helpful, Love it, very helpful but the quizzes for the upper limbs is just another quiz for the hands. For the price I would expect the quiz to be what it says. Only used the Skelton portion of it. I also bought the detailed portion of the app. That is awesome!!
Love this I love this app. Such an awesome tool. One thing I do wish, unless I'm doing something wrong is for it to read out loud the descriptions. But I love it. I guess the only way you won't like this is if you're some stick in the butt Dr. That doesn't want patients to know too much to try to diagnose their own issues. But it's worth the money.
Beautiful and productive. Very informative. A glitch in software makes Samsung Note 3 to shut off cell phone. Hopefully will get taken care off soon.
* Fixed issue preventing display of subtitles in videos for languages other than English.
* Fixed rendering issues with skeleton landmarks.
* Other minor bug fixes.
Information on the internal organs of the human body in a 3D model.
Muscular System - 3D Atlas of Anatomy - Bones and muscles of the human body