Learn about the human skeleton with Skeletos, a 3D app that lets you explore and study the human skeleton. The word skeleton come from Ancient Greek σκελετός (skeletos) meaning "dried up, withered, dried body, parched, mummy" Animate, rotate and zoom into the skeleton model in 3D. Tap on bones to see their names or double tap to zoom in and view bones in detail. Tap and hold to identify bones dynamically as you run your finger over the display.More
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Great app although some bones appear to be missing, like the hyoid (most evident) and the six ear bones (stapes, incus, and malleus. Three for each ear) There is a lot to be improved on such as a separate description of each bones functionality. A search bar could also help. Overall I am giving this app a 4 out of 5 because this a very good reference but there is alot of potential that hasn't been touched upon. Hopefully they would update this soon but it makes for a good novelty app.More
Good app, but there is no description for individual bones. Skeleton model is very good, otherwise, and the fact that you can individually select most bones makes it awesome. But there is no information on each bone when you select it.that is the only downside. I am using this on the Microsoft Lumia 532.More
Pretty awesome for a free version. Very nice modelled for a lowpoly model, too. I just think that the hands and feet's bones could be individually selected. And if the dev accepts suggestions, maybe a posing system would make it 10 times cooler. And while we're at it, a rag doll physics and gravity system that responds to the phone's gyroscope would make it awesome. I'm pretty sure there would be people willing to pay for that.More
Very impresive design but I could have been more detail. Very useful for kids but not for students at university level.More
Nice. I love that you can move the body to view from different angles. It's missing a few bones, but overall very helpful.More
Nicely done! A bit like google's bodybrowser. Awesome :)More
Has no skull bones, great!More
Crackling noise coming from the speaker when using this app. Please rectify this issue immediately.More
Cool 😎 if add both female and male will be all fantastic.More