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v3.0 Major update. Add audio pronunciation for all anatomy terms. Improve UI and add a few shortcuts for region anatomy and organs. Add 3D ear model.


  • A true and totally 3D app for learning human anatomy with 3D position quiz.
  • Audio pronunciation for all anatomy terms.
  • Built on an advanced interactive 3D touch interface (Unity 3D)
  • Virtual dissection: Peel layers of muscles and reveal the anatomical structures below them.
  • Search the name of anatomical structure and reveal the 3D location
  • Both male and female reproductive systems are available
  • Information from Wikipedia and Gray's anatomy textbook

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4 stars out of 5
· 2/2/2016
Good App

I love the interactive nature of the application, and it is quite informative, thus the 4 stars. I do wish it included more details in the drawing and description, thus no 5 stars.

5 stars out of 5
· 11/4/2015
Great app!!!

Great tool to learn the human body inside and out, love the talking feature. Getting to move the bones, muscles etc. is also a great way to get a better view of what you're looking at!

2 stars out of 5
· 9/19/2015

I read all of the reviews for this app, and it seemed that it would be a good choice. I tried to search for certain things, and it freezes and changes the color of the model to green, and that is it. Some of the functionality is ok, like the information on each body part, and taking/adding layers. Please fix this issue, and I will give it full five!

5 stars out of 5
· 8/31/2015
Best for it's 3D functionality

Love the layers and being able to tack on the circulatory system and also show the muscles or take one off, etc. It's very well made and runs so smoothly considering what it must be doing behind the scenes. A++

4 stars out of 5
· 6/6/2014
Paid version

When in options the option to save and load different "favorite" loadouts does not show up. Kinda disappointed in that because I don't want to have to hide other sections to isolate another section every time I come back to study from a different group

5 stars out of 5
· 2/20/2014
Excellent for Anatomy and Physiology classes

I have a feeling the "quiz" option on this is going to save me on my A&P Practical! Excellently made, but the only objection I have is that there isn't an option for learning the superficial features of the bones.

5 stars out of 5
· 1/29/2014
great app for college anatomy students

this is such a great and simple to use app that you can find on the web. probably one of the best ones out there i believe. However, there are some fix issues. Most of the times the nervous system doesn't come out right. Only brain comes up and rest of the nervous system is somewhere i cannot find lol. other than nervous system not working properly, everything is good. oh and one more thing. Some of the muscles that shows on this apps are incorrect; as it mean it is totally wrong, but some muscles' orgin and inserts are just not specifically correct. great app! but needs some fix issue and minor errors!

4 stars out of 5
· 1/26/2014
Never need another anatomy app

This is the best app for identification of muscles, nerves, blood vessels, and bones. Allows you to rotate from every angle and remove structures as you find them. Five stars if you were able to find microanatomy, like foramen and processes of bones.

3 stars out of 5
· 11/3/2013
So far so good

Seems like it will be a good study guide for me. I just wish you had more detail with the circulatory and nervous systems. Could you please add the peripheral nervous system, for example the nerves running from the spinal column out to the extremities or muscle locations? Something similar for the branches off the aorta, celiac or illiac for example. Thanks!

3 stars out of 5
· 10/29/2013
Not bad but still needs improvements

This app is good but could be much better. It only allows me to zoom in to one area. I can't zoom into the appendicular areas for exploration. The muscle quiz marked me as wrong even when I had the correct muscle, especially if the muscle was in pairs (it won't let me select two muscles). It is an excellent start but there is a lot of room for improvement!