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Human Anatomy Atlas 2021: Complete 3D Human Body

Human Anatomy Atlas 2021: Complete 3D Human Body

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A comprehensive 3D atlas of the human body

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  • Been with me through 4 years of medical school Oct 15, 2020

    By Nickel II
    I originally bought this when a sale was going on prior to starting med school. Now with 4th year coming to an end, I can definitely say this app has been a great supplement to learning, both in didactic and clinical years. The overall set-up and models are great. They’ve continued support for the app and have a solid development history. Depending on your intended use for this, it can be a great primary resource for learning anatomy or as a great adjunct resource for medical training. It’s not perfect just like everything else that exists. In the long run, if you think something like this would be nice to have and you can reasonably afford it, I say go for it. [Now, if they join forces with the folks at Amboss, Anki, Pathoma and Radiopaedia for a seamlessly integrated platform with optional user tagged references to UptoDate, Evernote and Figure1, then it will be darn-near-perfect, I’ll change my review to a 6 and hand over all my student loan money.]
  • Mar 27, 2021

    By Jimmy Nutron
    Pros: Great app if you love anatomy, easy to use. Cons: Some features, mostly informational videos are locked and cost extra. All the anatomy comes with the app though.
  • Wow! Wow! Woweeee! Sep 13, 2018

    By lahalick
    Unbelievable, wonderful, fantastic app! I'm not one to take time to write reviews. But I have to thank the developers of this incredibly useful tool. I am a singing teacher who focuses on functional technique, i.e. the way the larynx and its surrounding structures move (thus influencing how the larynx functions). Mine is a relatively unusual approach to teaching vocal technique, but I get amazing results with my students from this methodology. For years I've been looking for a book, pictures, diagrams that can show me practically how the muscles of the larynx & pharynx are layered so I can understand which muscles to release or contract. And this app does it all (except showing me how the intrinsic muscles of the larynx move). This app allows me to FADE muscles so I can see what's underneath them. It shows me the nerves innervating the larynx, the blood vessels, the membranes, etc. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I can show my massage therapist, my physical therapist and my chiropractor specifically what to work on now. I look forward to add on features to this amazing app. I've been sharing it with my students as well, so you have an enthusiastic (if not evangelical) marketing consultant in perhaps an unexpected client base. Brands! Bravo!
  • Mar 27, 2021

    By Brian Roberts
    Very convenient, easy to use, and great resource to have when reviewing A&P
  • Best anatomy reference to date, excellent value Feb 3, 2019

    By cdemsar
    There is so much information, and the interactive nature makes it easy to explore it all. I was hesitant to buy at first since I’m studying art, not medicine, and I wasn’t sure I’d be able to get much use from it. However, compared to the price of a textbook, it’s really not that much at all. This app is the core resource I use to study anatomy. It has information on attachment points for everything, which is helpful for memorizing the shapes and functions of bones. My only complaint would be that the male/female toggle doesn’t show much sexual dimorphism. The male and female skeletons are almost exactly the same, with only the pelvic girdle different. For example, the shape of the spine, the angle and separation of the femurs and the size and shape of the skull are the same when they should not be, which would also affect the posture of the model. My guess is that to get those differences modeled would be an enormous amount of work, and at any rate it’s not especially important unless you’re in art or forensics. Being able to spin around the anatomy and virtually dissect the models is amazing. Also impressive is the animations showing how the muscles operate.
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Firas Shammas
    Very helpful just needs some refinements to some models some nerves and structures don't extend as much as real life
  • Great anatomy app Sep 18, 2017

    By Trulytrulyopinionated
    I am a faculty member teaching Point of Care ultrasound to medical students and residents and physicians and I found the app very helpful to review anatomical details and also to develop course content. It would be very helpful to have corresponding ultrasound images in both labeled and unlabeled format with some animations in augmented reality for the ultrasound images with both normal and pathological findings. Point of care is a rapidly growing area of ultrasound and will be an integral part of medical education as well as education for medical residents and so it would be great to have that feature as well. Something to look into and if you need any tips you can look at some ultrasound simulation products by companies like Simbionix 3D systems and CAE. For sure that feature would be welcomed by the medical community and will address a real need in medical education. Thanks.
  • May 14, 2021

    By Kylie McKenzie
    Handy for use when surgical orientation throws you off. I use it with trainees so they can see what is being dissected and what is at risk.
  • Awesome app! Mar 16, 2019

    By Paramedic in Training
    I usually don't write reviews, but after using this app I thought it deserved some appreciation. This app is easy to use, beautifully designed and is extremely informative for my needs. As a current EMT preparing to go to medic school, this app has helped me tremendously. To be able to read through my textbooks while looking at a 3D model of whichever region of the body I am studying gives me a much better understanding of what I am reading and how the body works, from cells, tendons, muscles and ligaments, the skeletal system, and virtually every region and system in the body. I would recommend this app to anyone in the EMS field who is looking to improve their knowledge of the human body.
  • Mar 23, 2021

    By Pandy Steinberry
    Just wow. So in depth and comprehensive. Love this app!
  • Been with me through 4 years of medical school Oct 15, 2020

    By Nickel II
    I originally bought this when a sale was going on prior to starting med school. Now with 4th year coming to an end, I can definitely say this app has been a great supplement to learning, both in didactic and clinical years. The overall set-up and models are great. They’ve continued support for the app and have a solid development history. Depending on your intended use for this, it can be a great primary resource for learning anatomy or as a great adjunct resource for medical training. It’s not perfect just like everything else that exists. In the long run, if you think something like this would be nice to have and you can reasonably afford it, I say go for it. [Now, if they join forces with the folks at Amboss, Anki, Pathoma and Radiopaedia for a seamlessly integrated platform with optional user tagged references to UptoDate, Evernote and Figure1, then it will be darn-near-perfect, I’ll change my review to a 6 and hand over all my student loan money.]
  • Mar 27, 2021

    By Jimmy Nutron
    Pros: Great app if you love anatomy, easy to use. Cons: Some features, mostly informational videos are locked and cost extra. All the anatomy comes with the app though.
  • Wow! Wow! Woweeee! Sep 13, 2018

    By lahalick
    Unbelievable, wonderful, fantastic app! I'm not one to take time to write reviews. But I have to thank the developers of this incredibly useful tool. I am a singing teacher who focuses on functional technique, i.e. the way the larynx and its surrounding structures move (thus influencing how the larynx functions). Mine is a relatively unusual approach to teaching vocal technique, but I get amazing results with my students from this methodology. For years I've been looking for a book, pictures, diagrams that can show me practically how the muscles of the larynx & pharynx are layered so I can understand which muscles to release or contract. And this app does it all (except showing me how the intrinsic muscles of the larynx move). This app allows me to FADE muscles so I can see what's underneath them. It shows me the nerves innervating the larynx, the blood vessels, the membranes, etc. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I can show my massage therapist, my physical therapist and my chiropractor specifically what to work on now. I look forward to add on features to this amazing app. I've been sharing it with my students as well, so you have an enthusiastic (if not evangelical) marketing consultant in perhaps an unexpected client base. Brands! Bravo!
  • Mar 27, 2021

    By Brian Roberts
    Very convenient, easy to use, and great resource to have when reviewing A&P
  • Best anatomy reference to date, excellent value Feb 3, 2019

    By cdemsar
    There is so much information, and the interactive nature makes it easy to explore it all. I was hesitant to buy at first since I’m studying art, not medicine, and I wasn’t sure I’d be able to get much use from it. However, compared to the price of a textbook, it’s really not that much at all. This app is the core resource I use to study anatomy. It has information on attachment points for everything, which is helpful for memorizing the shapes and functions of bones. My only complaint would be that the male/female toggle doesn’t show much sexual dimorphism. The male and female skeletons are almost exactly the same, with only the pelvic girdle different. For example, the shape of the spine, the angle and separation of the femurs and the size and shape of the skull are the same when they should not be, which would also affect the posture of the model. My guess is that to get those differences modeled would be an enormous amount of work, and at any rate it’s not especially important unless you’re in art or forensics. Being able to spin around the anatomy and virtually dissect the models is amazing. Also impressive is the animations showing how the muscles operate.
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Firas Shammas
    Very helpful just needs some refinements to some models some nerves and structures don't extend as much as real life
  • Great anatomy app Sep 18, 2017

    By Trulytrulyopinionated
    I am a faculty member teaching Point of Care ultrasound to medical students and residents and physicians and I found the app very helpful to review anatomical details and also to develop course content. It would be very helpful to have corresponding ultrasound images in both labeled and unlabeled format with some animations in augmented reality for the ultrasound images with both normal and pathological findings. Point of care is a rapidly growing area of ultrasound and will be an integral part of medical education as well as education for medical residents and so it would be great to have that feature as well. Something to look into and if you need any tips you can look at some ultrasound simulation products by companies like Simbionix 3D systems and CAE. For sure that feature would be welcomed by the medical community and will address a real need in medical education. Thanks.
  • May 14, 2021

    By Kylie McKenzie
    Handy for use when surgical orientation throws you off. I use it with trainees so they can see what is being dissected and what is at risk.
  • Awesome app! Mar 16, 2019

    By Paramedic in Training
    I usually don't write reviews, but after using this app I thought it deserved some appreciation. This app is easy to use, beautifully designed and is extremely informative for my needs. As a current EMT preparing to go to medic school, this app has helped me tremendously. To be able to read through my textbooks while looking at a 3D model of whichever region of the body I am studying gives me a much better understanding of what I am reading and how the body works, from cells, tendons, muscles and ligaments, the skeletal system, and virtually every region and system in the body. I would recommend this app to anyone in the EMS field who is looking to improve their knowledge of the human body.
  • Mar 23, 2021

    By Pandy Steinberry
    Just wow. So in depth and comprehensive. Love this app!
  • Feb 2, 2021

    By cristina iannelli
    Hi! I just bought this application 2 days ago...and i am surprised that i have no sound or muscle title on body mouvements.As a student for personal trainer i need this in order to know the muscle by name in every single mouvement. Unfortunatelly, i cant hear a thing...i see the crusor moving on the upper part of the screen and yet no sound. Neither subtitles. I cant use it in these conditions. Wrote to service clients, no answer yet.. create an account in order to follow my reguest...confusing
  • Not sure why all the 5 star reviews. Jul 26, 2019

    By Cocchini_Corp
    I didn’t think this app stacked up very well to the Complete Anatomy competitor. Used both. CA seems to be a superior product. I bought this one though because one review said “it’s all there” and “it’s not a shell app with other expensive in-app purchases”. Also the user interface is a bit more annoying than CA. In my opinion at least. And yet when I opened the app that I paid $27 for, the very first thing I see is... drumroll, locked out features I have to pay even more for. Really!? That’s the EXACT reason I bought the app is because it was all included and CA is a subscription mode for the advanced stuff. This add has a differential diagnosis feature where you click an anatomical part and it lists all the diseases that could be associated with it. That is pretty cool I will admit. Anyways. I asked for a refund. They said ask apple. Makes sense. Apple said I’m not eligible for a refund. I emailed them back and waiting to hear back. I guess if I don’t get my money back, I’ll make the best of it and use it for the ddx list. Not the worst thing in the world.
  • This app’s strength is not its detail Aug 9, 2018

    By ( Snow Fall )
    You’re marketing this as something you can use “as a reference, instead of an anatomy textbook”. When it does not include things such as the supraorbital nerve or infratrochlear nerve. If someone who was using this had to know where the supraorbital nerve was in order to do a nerve block they would be out of luck. You also say in the video that this is used by “thousands of universities and hospitals around the world” so the above scenario should not be implausible; especially since you are marketing it as a source of information to use instead of an anatomy textbook. This review was made on 8/8/18.
  • Limited content available even with full purchase Dec 23, 2020

    By Mimnermus
    I purchased a complete bundle because I wanted access to all the basic educational resources. The bundle included 3 apps (Anatomy 2021, Muscles and Kinesiology, physiology and pathology). Yet very basic educational content is locked. For example, for joint movements there’s content for 1/7 joints but for the rest you have to buy other packages. I can’t even imagine what little content would have been unlocked if I had only purchased the atlas. This is an unacceptable money-grab!
  • Hard to use and tricky Oct 20, 2018

    By Hhhfffdd
    Not going to lie sometimes this app gets all crazy when you touch things the wrong way and sometimes it works against you has all the stuff but the mechanics inside the app are bad fix the confusing scrolling around and stuff when I start dissecting and accidentally touch the menu the whole body comes back. Super wack sometimes and it wastes time.
  • Wish i could get a refund Mar 7, 2019

    By CJHIH
    I downloaded this app in error and regret it. I tried it and was hoping I might like it or at least find it to be a good supplement to other applications, but I found it to be frustrating and difficult to use as well as not being overly impressed with the graphics and functionality. One example was trying to fade structures to see underlying features, but there was so little fade that it was a useless tool.
  • Does not save Mar 4, 2020

    By kenzesty
    I purchased this app for my anatomy class. I made note cards of all the individual muscles on this app and I press the home button of my iPad and reopen the app and it asks if I want to continue where I started, I said yes and all of the notecards disappeared. Needs a better saving system for I am paying too much for this app for all of my information not to be remembered!
  • Not what I expected Nov 10, 2018

    By Dr2_
    Needed this for head and neck anatomy. This isn’t a good source, doesn’t have many skull landmarks that I would like to search for. Ended up relying on textbook and google images to find structures such as the hamulus, branches of the maxillary artery, branches of V2, etc. I would recommend they increase their search capability in the app, because for now this app is useless to me.
  • Worst app ever... Oct 27, 2017

    By Ninacarrasco
    Worst app i ve ever use... so difficult to maneuver around the body.. menu always gets in the way... i like reading the description, function while i see the anatomical part ... too many bright translucent colors ... you can see all parts at once... too many to distinguish them individually... frustrating app... i ve use really good apps for anatomy before... i should've paid the extra money ...
  • Great when it works Oct 13, 2019

    By lalamorris
    This app is amazing when it works. Over the past 3 days, however, this app has not opened for me. During this time I’ve been on my data and several different WiFi networks. I just get the load page that says “the visible body images are currently initiating”. Considering the price paid for this app, it’s very disappointing the app won’t open.

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  • Been with me through 4 years of medical school Oct 15, 2020

    By Nickel II
    I originally bought this when a sale was going on prior to starting med school. Now with 4th year coming to an end, I can definitely say this app has been a great supplement to learning, both in didactic and clinical years. The overall set-up and models are great. They’ve continued support for the app and have a solid development history. Depending on your intended use for this, it can be a great primary resource for learning anatomy or as a great adjunct resource for medical training. It’s not perfect just like everything else that exists. In the long run, if you think something like this would be nice to have and you can reasonably afford it, I say go for it. [Now, if they join forces with the folks at Amboss, Anki, Pathoma and Radiopaedia for a seamlessly integrated platform with optional user tagged references to UptoDate, Evernote and Figure1, then it will be darn-near-perfect, I’ll change my review to a 6 and hand over all my student loan money.]
  • Wow! Wow! Woweeee! Sep 13, 2018

    By lahalick
    Unbelievable, wonderful, fantastic app! I'm not one to take time to write reviews. But I have to thank the developers of this incredibly useful tool. I am a singing teacher who focuses on functional technique, i.e. the way the larynx and its surrounding structures move (thus influencing how the larynx functions). Mine is a relatively unusual approach to teaching vocal technique, but I get amazing results with my students from this methodology. For years I've been looking for a book, pictures, diagrams that can show me practically how the muscles of the larynx & pharynx are layered so I can understand which muscles to release or contract. And this app does it all (except showing me how the intrinsic muscles of the larynx move). This app allows me to FADE muscles so I can see what's underneath them. It shows me the nerves innervating the larynx, the blood vessels, the membranes, etc. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I can show my massage therapist, my physical therapist and my chiropractor specifically what to work on now. I look forward to add on features to this amazing app. I've been sharing it with my students as well, so you have an enthusiastic (if not evangelical) marketing consultant in perhaps an unexpected client base. Brands! Bravo!
  • Mar 27, 2021

    By Brian Roberts
    Very convenient, easy to use, and great resource to have when reviewing A&P
  • Best anatomy reference to date, excellent value Feb 3, 2019

    By cdemsar
    There is so much information, and the interactive nature makes it easy to explore it all. I was hesitant to buy at first since I’m studying art, not medicine, and I wasn’t sure I’d be able to get much use from it. However, compared to the price of a textbook, it’s really not that much at all. This app is the core resource I use to study anatomy. It has information on attachment points for everything, which is helpful for memorizing the shapes and functions of bones. My only complaint would be that the male/female toggle doesn’t show much sexual dimorphism. The male and female skeletons are almost exactly the same, with only the pelvic girdle different. For example, the shape of the spine, the angle and separation of the femurs and the size and shape of the skull are the same when they should not be, which would also affect the posture of the model. My guess is that to get those differences modeled would be an enormous amount of work, and at any rate it’s not especially important unless you’re in art or forensics. Being able to spin around the anatomy and virtually dissect the models is amazing. Also impressive is the animations showing how the muscles operate.
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Firas Shammas
    Very helpful just needs some refinements to some models some nerves and structures don't extend as much as real life
  • May 14, 2021

    By Kylie McKenzie
    Handy for use when surgical orientation throws you off. I use it with trainees so they can see what is being dissected and what is at risk.
  • Awesome app! Mar 16, 2019

    By Paramedic in Training
    I usually don't write reviews, but after using this app I thought it deserved some appreciation. This app is easy to use, beautifully designed and is extremely informative for my needs. As a current EMT preparing to go to medic school, this app has helped me tremendously. To be able to read through my textbooks while looking at a 3D model of whichever region of the body I am studying gives me a much better understanding of what I am reading and how the body works, from cells, tendons, muscles and ligaments, the skeletal system, and virtually every region and system in the body. I would recommend this app to anyone in the EMS field who is looking to improve their knowledge of the human body.
  • Mar 23, 2021

    By Pandy Steinberry
    Just wow. So in depth and comprehensive. Love this app!
  • BUY THIS!!! Mar 31, 2018

    By CC-5464
    Seriously the BEST app for anatomy hands down! Not only does it give you names of everything in the body, but also names of specific locations as well. Also, very useful for muscle attachments, origin, etc. I’ve already recommended this app to nearly everyone that has an interest in the health field and have to remember these things. The AR is pretty cool too, but all this for .99 cents is the best deal ever. If you have an interest in a health profession that you need to remember or study these things, this is an absolute must. Really wish my bio classes in college had this app as part of the required class materials. 100% more helpful than the textbooks in studying the anatomy of the body!
  • May 10, 2021

    By Geoff Willard
    Really nice 3D visuals and options
  • Mar 27, 2021

    By Jimmy Nutron
    Pros: Great app if you love anatomy, easy to use. Cons: Some features, mostly informational videos are locked and cost extra. All the anatomy comes with the app though.
  • Great anatomy app Sep 18, 2017

    By Trulytrulyopinionated
    I am a faculty member teaching Point of Care ultrasound to medical students and residents and physicians and I found the app very helpful to review anatomical details and also to develop course content. It would be very helpful to have corresponding ultrasound images in both labeled and unlabeled format with some animations in augmented reality for the ultrasound images with both normal and pathological findings. Point of care is a rapidly growing area of ultrasound and will be an integral part of medical education as well as education for medical residents and so it would be great to have that feature as well. Something to look into and if you need any tips you can look at some ultrasound simulation products by companies like Simbionix 3D systems and CAE. For sure that feature would be welcomed by the medical community and will address a real need in medical education. Thanks.
  • Mar 6, 2021

    By Anway Mhaiskar
    The app is great and is good to study a subject like Anatomy but I feel there are few limitations to the app when compared to its price and level of expectation. Mainly few points are absent, for example all bony landmarks are not illustrated upto maximum detail as given in the theory texts. Even all branches of nerves and blood vessels are not enumerated and important structures like fascia are not given. If these loop holes are addressed ASAP then app surely would deserve a 5 star.
  • Missing Sutures but helpful for A&P I Mar 13, 2021

    By MaiKanu
    I’m a student currently taking anatomy and physiology I. This app has helped me with my lab manuals as well as helping me visually understand the human anatomy since I am a visual/kinesthetic learner. I appreciate the AR function since I am doing anatomy online due to covid and can’t just go to my college’s learning resources on campus. Definitely would recommend as a supplemental learning tool, however don’t expect this app to have 100% of the features you might be looking at in class, like for example the cranial sutures.
  • Great app with some possible improvements Jan 7, 2020

    By Ringo1129
    Everything about this app is great, and I would have given it five stars if they didn’t leave out a lot of the fascia (i.e. fascia of the abdomen) in the labels. In addition, I would give five stars if the app had more detailed labeling for sutures/processes of the skull. Otherwise everything about this app is great, almost always works smoothly and would recommend 100% if you don’t care about the minor things missing as mentioned!
  • Great app! Just one thing,and a question. Jun 12, 2018

    By I 💔 Glitches
    This app is great! But 2 things I want to say;Here in the website when I needed some help trying to find the drawing tools, you said a window would appear after you tap the “draws icon”, But it doesn’t appear in my screen. If it’s a bug,please fix :(. Now the question i want to ask;is it ok to add a description thing for us to use in the tour section in the app?(the section with the pelvis tour and the brain tour). By the way,this app is amazing!! Even the 2017 updates! :)
  • Really good, but.... Nov 6, 2018

    By vickilind
    After spending $25 for the app, which is really very good, I was disappointed to see that there are additional costs for some of the content. Much of the ‘Media’ content costs extra. Going through circulation in my anatomy class and that media video is locked. However, there is a lot of content included and it is really excellent. Using this in conjunction with another app for my class.
  • Great app but ONE suggestion! Jul 30, 2018

    By j.cook029
    The app is great, but I have one suggestion for the developers. Right now the app does not seem to support split screen mode for iPad. Please add this feature as it would be extremely useful for med students who want to reference both the app and their text books on the same screen to study. I will give it 5 starts if this feature is added!
  • Almost perfect Jun 14, 2019

    By jaredteeps
    This app is super helpful in studying for my anatomy classes. My only complaint is that it does not allow split screen mode on my iPad, so I am unable to simultaneously take digital notes on my iPad while studying. Overall, I like it and I use it often!
  • Wow Nov 28, 2018

    By Bingesttayo
    I highly recommended this app if your a student like me trying to pass A&P, Biology, anything related to the study of the human body. I wish they had simulations of blood flowing through the heart and vessels (pathways) or cerebral spinal fluid etc. Regardless I’m still impressed by the options available.
  • Awesome interface, but missing a ton of content Sep 29, 2018

    By jony7701
    The app is designed beautifully and is easy to navigate, but is missing a ton of content. I’m currently a medical student studying anatomy, and am finding that tons of structures talked about in lecture are missing. For example, the acromium and corocoid process are basic anatomical anatomical features of the shoulder, but they’re not specified. This is only one of literally dozens of examples! If you can get it on sale for $1 it’s worth it, but I regret paying $24. I’d recommend looking at other options before committing to this one.
  • Areas of improvement Jul 21, 2020

    By jeanineakay
    This is an amazing app for A&P. The issue I am having is that in the drawing section, the pen does not write as smoothly and the little highlighting circle when I bring my stylus up to my iPad to draw is very distracting. Another thing is I am having issues searching for things after I exit my drawing to look for another muscle. I have to exit the app and let it restart again to start a new search which is inconvenient.
  • Good but not really AR Sep 23, 2017

    By jeff3dx
    A very good anatomy explorer. However floating the 3D model on a virtual table is barely “AR” and is actually an inferior way to use this app. Way easier to use the conventional touch interface. My wish: This could be so much better — for instance hold out your hand and see the inner structure as you move your hand. Or point the camera at your friend and see internal anatomy. AR has so much potential but this app gets a C for effort regarding AR.
  • Does not actually have AR, still very good Nov 1, 2017

    By Mug620
    This app advertises AR, but so far as I can tell the functionality either simply does not exist, or is not compatible with iPhone 8+ because it doesn’t work at all. That aside, the A&P visualization is incredible, and is going to put some of us out of business.
  • Good, but could use some work Oct 25, 2019

    By KV2b
    Several times I’ve been unable to find muscles that should be in view. It would also be beneficial if they would include things like “campers chiasma, arcade of struthers” and other terms that are commonly used to describe more advanced anatomy.
  • Feb 2, 2021

    By cristina iannelli
    Hi! I just bought this application 2 days ago...and i am surprised that i have no sound or muscle title on body mouvements.As a student for personal trainer i need this in order to know the muscle by name in every single mouvement. Unfortunatelly, i cant hear a thing...i see the crusor moving on the upper part of the screen and yet no sound. Neither subtitles. I cant use it in these conditions. Wrote to service clients, no answer yet.. create an account in order to follow my reguest...confusing
  • Hard to use and tricky Oct 20, 2018

    By Hhhfffdd
    Not going to lie sometimes this app gets all crazy when you touch things the wrong way and sometimes it works against you has all the stuff but the mechanics inside the app are bad fix the confusing scrolling around and stuff when I start dissecting and accidentally touch the menu the whole body comes back. Super wack sometimes and it wastes time.
  • Does not save Mar 4, 2020

    By kenzesty
    I purchased this app for my anatomy class. I made note cards of all the individual muscles on this app and I press the home button of my iPad and reopen the app and it asks if I want to continue where I started, I said yes and all of the notecards disappeared. Needs a better saving system for I am paying too much for this app for all of my information not to be remembered!
  • Not what I expected Nov 10, 2018

    By Dr2_
    Needed this for head and neck anatomy. This isn’t a good source, doesn’t have many skull landmarks that I would like to search for. Ended up relying on textbook and google images to find structures such as the hamulus, branches of the maxillary artery, branches of V2, etc. I would recommend they increase their search capability in the app, because for now this app is useless to me.
  • Please add Multitasking!!! Feb 28, 2019

    By Mosabbeh
    This app is great apart from this very annoying omission. iOS 12 has been out for release for forever now and there isn’t any excuse for this feature not to be here. I can’t take notes on my iPad in the way that I want without being able to put both apps side by side. Please fix this!
  • Very, very basic... feel robbed... And lied to May 14, 2019

    By PeterStuK
    Thought it would help with brain anatomy. Turns out to be very, very basic. No cisterns, No meninges, vague ventricle info, many missing structures. Spinal cord just one big blob, no detail. Critical structures missing like the vermis (bridge between the 2 cerebellum), germinal matrix, white matter, grey matter descriptions, lobes, CSP, cavum vergae, CVI, etc. kind of a joke to be honest. Very vague Skeletal system. Just makes me want to cry lol. No idea where these 5 star reviews come from. It looks pretty. I’ll give them that. And decent muscular anatomy. Planning to create a “go fund me” page, praying I can at least break even.
  • Not sure why all the 5 star reviews. Jul 26, 2019

    By Cocchini_Corp
    I didn’t think this app stacked up very well to the Complete Anatomy competitor. Used both. CA seems to be a superior product. I bought this one though because one review said “it’s all there” and “it’s not a shell app with other expensive in-app purchases”. Also the user interface is a bit more annoying than CA. In my opinion at least. And yet when I opened the app that I paid $27 for, the very first thing I see is... drumroll, locked out features I have to pay even more for. Really!? That’s the EXACT reason I bought the app is because it was all included and CA is a subscription mode for the advanced stuff. This add has a differential diagnosis feature where you click an anatomical part and it lists all the diseases that could be associated with it. That is pretty cool I will admit. Anyways. I asked for a refund. They said ask apple. Makes sense. Apple said I’m not eligible for a refund. I emailed them back and waiting to hear back. I guess if I don’t get my money back, I’ll make the best of it and use it for the ddx list. Not the worst thing in the world.
  • This app’s strength is not its detail Aug 9, 2018

    By ( Snow Fall )
    You’re marketing this as something you can use “as a reference, instead of an anatomy textbook”. When it does not include things such as the supraorbital nerve or infratrochlear nerve. If someone who was using this had to know where the supraorbital nerve was in order to do a nerve block they would be out of luck. You also say in the video that this is used by “thousands of universities and hospitals around the world” so the above scenario should not be implausible; especially since you are marketing it as a source of information to use instead of an anatomy textbook. This review was made on 8/8/18.
  • Limited content available even with full purchase Dec 23, 2020

    By Mimnermus
    I purchased a complete bundle because I wanted access to all the basic educational resources. The bundle included 3 apps (Anatomy 2021, Muscles and Kinesiology, physiology and pathology). Yet very basic educational content is locked. For example, for joint movements there’s content for 1/7 joints but for the rest you have to buy other packages. I can’t even imagine what little content would have been unlocked if I had only purchased the atlas. This is an unacceptable money-grab!
  • Wish i could get a refund Mar 7, 2019

    By CJHIH
    I downloaded this app in error and regret it. I tried it and was hoping I might like it or at least find it to be a good supplement to other applications, but I found it to be frustrating and difficult to use as well as not being overly impressed with the graphics and functionality. One example was trying to fade structures to see underlying features, but there was so little fade that it was a useless tool.
  • Worst app ever... Oct 27, 2017

    By Ninacarrasco
    Worst app i ve ever use... so difficult to maneuver around the body.. menu always gets in the way... i like reading the description, function while i see the anatomical part ... too many bright translucent colors ... you can see all parts at once... too many to distinguish them individually... frustrating app... i ve use really good apps for anatomy before... i should've paid the extra money ...
  • Great when it works Oct 13, 2019

    By lalamorris
    This app is amazing when it works. Over the past 3 days, however, this app has not opened for me. During this time I’ve been on my data and several different WiFi networks. I just get the load page that says “the visible body images are currently initiating”. Considering the price paid for this app, it’s very disappointing the app won’t open.
  • Won’t open Jul 29, 2019

    By audrasaurus
    I was so excited about this app and for a few days this was my favorite but now it refuses to open. It goes to the loading screen and then crashes and won’t open at all. I’ve tried deleting it and redownloading it but it still refuses to load. I’m bummed I spent $20 on something completely useless.

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