Psycho-Physiognomy 4+

See the inside in the outside

Jan Essig

    • 1.0 • 1 Rating
    • $9.99

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Description

Reading people - recognizing the inside on the outside.
The practical psycho-physiognomics app with five elementary, scalable views of the human head.

Psycho-physiognomics is the study of the interpretation of the human face as a projection of physical and psychological states.

Carl Huter coined this term of facial diagnostics around 1889. The system he developed combines life & soul expression science with facial and body shapes and charisma.

The practical Psycho-Physiognomics App for on the go with the five elementary views of the human head supports you in facial diagnosis:
- Very clear, reduced and easy to use
- A total of 5 different perspectives of the human head:
- Frontal view
- rear view
- Side view left
- Side view right
- Top view
- The 5 views can be shifted and the individual areas can be zoomed.

What the face reveals about the health of the organs and which areas can be assigned to which organs can be viewed via an additional image.

Via an additional function, images can be loaded from the album or photos of faces can be taken, in which special features can then be marked. In addition, the frontal view of psycho-physiognomics and organs can be superimposed on the face. Once the analysis is complete, the result can be saved either as a photo in the album or - in order to be able to make further annotations - in the Notes app.

Disclaimer: Seek a doctor’s advice in addition to using this app and before making any medical decisions.

What’s New

Version 1.1.0

• In order to make further annotations you can save your analysis in the Notes app

Ratings and Reviews

1.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

vimeohappy ,

do not waste your money

Unless I am totally missing the mark on how to find some more complex features, this app is one of the biggest wastes of $10 one could imagine. I thought it would analyze faces. Instead it seems to merely give a general overlay on top of anyone's picture. It is no more useful than looking at the general locations of face assessments on an image in a book or on the broader internet. There is, from what I can tell, literally zero analysis. I wouldn't even keep this app if it were free, and I find myself angry that someone thought to charge people for it.

App Privacy

The developer, Jan Essig, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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