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Learning about Human Anatomy provides children with ample opportunity to get hands-on in the classroom. Children of all ages enjoy learning about their bodies and the amazing intricacies that make them work. The design of mankind is such a beautiful reflection of our creator and provides us with insight into the inner-workings of life down to the microscopic details. We have selected a list of anatomy apps for you to start exploring human body.

    The most interactive learning experience” is the Arloon Anatomy app tagline and cannot be disagreed with. The app divides the human anatomy in to 8 sections which can be explored by this excellent augmented reality 3D app. In the learn section the user can investigate each section in great detail and 3D. Each structure in each section can then be investigated in greater detail with its physical location and full medical terminology used. A data card is presented to give the user more information. The user can also use a printed glyph or project on to a real body the section of the particular anatomy being investigated. Aimed at secondary school age children the Arloon Anatomy app is an absolutely fantastic resource to learn about the human anatomy in a fun, informative, and scientifically sound way.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Anatomy 3D: Organs is a large, verbose reference app, primarily for secondary school students.. The app provides information on the human anatomy, from the basic cells that make it up to the complex systems of organs that take care of everyday functions. The app presents this information in a number of varied ways, allowing alternative points of view and avenues of understanding. Though it is possibly too textbook-like and has very limited functionality in terms of testing the user’s understanding, this app has received an EAS Certification of 4 Stars.

    Devices: Android

    This is one the most visual and informative apps on anatomy that we have seen in a long time. The app deserves an EAS Certification of 5 Stars and subsequently receives EAS Recommended Status. 

    Devices: iPad

    Learn human anatomy with this app - In this application you will find the following example lectures from our Lectures apps along with 80 sample MCQs from our Anatomy MCQ app:

    • Heart and Pericardium
    • Ankle Joint and Foot Movements
    • Larynx and Laryngopharynx

    Devices: iPad

    Visual Anatomy is a science reference tool that teaches kids about human anatomy and physiology. Kids can learn the names and functions of human organs and other structures, as well as terminology and locations related to surface anatomy. Diagrams help kids visualize locations of internal body structures, and being able to tap and read about a structure is extremely convenient. The app includes lots of interactive content for kids to learn, but most of it is nicely organized by body system. Kids can take multiple-choice quizzes to assess learning, but quizzes contain numerous grammatical errors, which can be distracting.

    Devices: iPad

    A great reference, testing, and education tool. Includes 125 beautiful muscles images with name, action, origin, insertion, and comments, plus audio pronunciation guide, a quiz maker, and 4 short videos to create a rich learning experience.

    Devices: Android

    A great free app that allows users to investigate and fly through a 3D rendering of the human skeleton.

    Devices: iPad

    This sublime collection of drawings of human anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci is one of the greatest treasures from the Royal Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle. 

    Devices: iPad

    Human Anatomy Atlas is a gross anatomy reference app with over 3,400 structures from all systems in the male and female human body.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Anatomy 4D is a free app that uses augmented reality to let students interact with the human body. Kids must first print out a 4D-enabled image of the human body or heart from the app's Target Library. Then the app uses the camera on the device to bring to life a three-dimensional pulsing image.

    Devices: iPad

    This is a 3D Anatomy app that will engage students deeply. The app goes through every single part of the body with over 1247 high resolution images and 300 feature points detailing the parts of the anatomy. At the end of the app there is also a quiz so that students can test their knowledge. The app is excellent for revision. The content goes further than might be required for Biology but it is still interesting, relevant and very useful for school usage.

    Devices: Android , iPad


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