Visual Anatomy Free features interactive images of the human body and its organs, including the muscles, skeleton, and circulation, as well as a rotational 3D organ overview mode. Because of its beautiful, detailed graphics and 500 feature points with labels and descriptions, this app can be a basic reference tool for medical practitioners or students, as well as a good source of information for anyone else who wants to learn more about their body.
Beautifully rendered graphics: Visual Anatomy Free accurately renders all the major systems of the body and, thanks to the labels for all major features and effortless pinch-to-zoom, can be used for educational or explanatory purposes. It even works on older devices.
Includes plenty of explanations: Tapping on any of the 500+ signs for every major feature of the body brings up a pop up briefly describing what that body part is and, if it's an organ, includes a longer explanation of what it does and how it works. The explanations are accessible enough for lay users.
Potent search feature: You can quickly locate any of the 500 features mapped on the anatomical images within the app -- once you've entered a search term, you're automatically taken to the relevant image, so that this app can be used as an elementary visual reference dictionary. Also, the search integrates with Wikipedia for more in-depth information.
Useless buttons: The ? button that appears in the image mode doesn't seem to do anything, while the Zoom In/Zoom Out buttons are superfluous, taking up screen space unnecessarily, since it's a lot easier to pinch to zoom.
Missing data: There are no images of the lymphatic system or of some organs belonging to it, like the thymus behind the heart. This isn't the kind of app that a surgeon would use.
Beautiful, informative, and practical, Visual Anatomy Free proves to be an engaging app that delivers on its promise of being a useful tool for anyone interested in learning more about human anatomy. It may not be in-depth enough for doctors, but it's certainly a good starting point for students.
From Image Magic Studio:
OVERVIEW: Visual Anatomy Free version is an interactive reference, and education tool. The free version contains 12 high-resolution images and more than 200 feature points which can be interactively selected. Each feature has its own label and short description. The app also has search function which can be used as searching the labels of all feature points. 8 overview images from Gray's anatomy. Full version has all 1247 images.In additional, a quiz with 23 multi-choice questions also is included. The full version is available Now!USES: This apps primary use is as a learning tool but can also be used for any professional who needs the occasional reminder. Additionally, this app is ideal for physicians, educators or professionals, allowing them to visually show detailed areas to their patients or students - helping to educate or explain conditions, ailments and injuries. FEATURES: No internet connection is required.Tap and Zoom - zoom into and identify any region, bone or other feature by tapping on the screen. Quiz mode - test yourself with an option to switch off the label of the feature point. Quick Navigation - jump to a different system or organ by selecting the thumbnail. Multi-choice quiz. High-resolution images.Free periodic updates.CONTENTS:Body Region, Muscular System, Skeletal System, Circulation System, Respiratory System, Digestive System, Urinary System, Nervous System, Female Reproductive System, Ear Structure, Nasal Cavity, Eye. HOW TO USE:The user is presented with a high-quality anatomy images. The user can zoom in to any area by tapping on the zoom in button and using the single finger panning function. The feature point (cross) can be selected by tapping on it. Detail button allows you to switch on/off the short description. Quiz mode button allows you to switch on/off the label and short description.SEARCH: When you input more than one characters, the search function automatically gives a list of potential key words. You can just select one of them from the list. The result will be the feature point on the anatomy image, label and short description.For Sony Ericsson xperia users !!!!!!1.Please use menu button on your phone to activate the menu option on your main acitivity windows(20 icons).2. Click the Text Transparent Setting option3. Select the Opaque option.That will solve the description cut-off problem.The setting will be saved so that you do not have to set it everytime you start the program.Recent changes:v1.8 Add Moving to SD card function for Android 2.2 or above. V2.1 Add images from Gray's anatomyv2.2 Fixed inaccurate descriptions (thank you for the user feedback).Content rating: Everyone