Froggipedia by Embibe 4+

Explore the amphibian in AR

Indiavidual Learning Limited

Designed for iPad

    • 4.0 • 61 Ratings
    • $3.99



Ever wondered what it's like to be a frog, from a tadpole to a full-grown amphibian? Froggipedia, the 2018 ‘App of the Year,’ invites you on a remarkable AR journey into the frog's world without the need for textbooks or dissections.

What’s New?

This isn't your average frog app — Froggipedia is packed with features, such as:

Immersive AR: Explore the frog life cycle from tadpole to adult, all on your Android and iOS devices.
Virtual Dissection: Unravel the mysteries of frog anatomy, including the respiratory system.
Interactive Learning: Test your knowledge with a fun and engaging quiz to solidify everything you've learned about frog species, frog varieties and those poisonous frogs to watch out for!

Froggipedia is perfect for:

Curious Kids: Ignite a love of science and nature with this interactive learning experience.
Students & Educators: Bring the classroom alive with a powerful and engaging educational tool.
Frog Fanatics: Deepen your understanding of these amazing amphibians.

Why Froggipedia?

Here is why you should use Froggipedia.

Forget Textbooks, Embrace AR: Ditch the dusty textbooks and flat pictures. Froggipedia brings frogs to life in a way that's both immersive and interactive. Imagine this: hold up your phone or tablet, and witness the magic unfold.

Watch, captivated, as a single-celled egg transforms into a wiggling tadpole, then into a curious froglet, and finally into a full-grown amphibian ready to ribbit its way into your heart.

Become a Virtual Frog Dissector: But Froggipedia isn't just about watching the metamorphosis unfold. It's about getting your hands dirty... well, virtually! Become a virtual frog scientist and embark on a detailed exploration of their anatomy.

Using just your device, you can perform dissections (virtually, of course — no frogs were harmed in the making of this app!) and examine a frog's intricate organ systems, layer by layer.

Learning Made Fun (and Froggy): Ever wondered how a frog breathes, eats, or leaps? Froggipedia will show you, all in a safe, mess-free environment. This makes it perfect for anyone who wants to learn about frogs, from curious kids to science enthusiasts of all ages.

Think Documentary, But Cooler: Learning with Froggipedia is like stepping into a real-life amphibian documentary, but way cooler! It's like having your own frog expert guiding you through this incredible life cycle.

Test Your Froggy Knowledge: And because Froggipedia knows learning shouldn't feel like a chore, it throws in a fun and dynamic quiz at the end to test your newfound froggy knowledge. Who knew learning about biology could be so much fun?

A World of Curiosity Awaits: Froggipedia isn't just an app — it's an invitation to a whole new world. It's a world where curiosity is king, and where the secrets of froggy life are waiting to be unlocked.

We look forward to adding more cool features and other frogs for a truly VR experience for kids, educators, students and frog fanatics.

Ready To Take the Plunge?

Download Froggipedia today and unleash the inner frog scientist within!

What’s New

Version 3.30

Embibe Froggipedia App version 3.30 is now available for download. The new update carries the below key updates:
- Improved app stability
- Bug fixes and Improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Remember when you dissected a frog in science class? Froggipedia is kind of like that—except without the overwhelming smell of formaldehyde. This immersive biology lesson walks you through the 17-week transformation of a frog from single-celled egg to wriggling tadpole to fully formed amphibian.

Shamin949 ,

Love this app but...

I purchased this app for my 8 year old son because he had learned about the life cycle of frogs before and I thought this would be a great addition to reinforce the lesson that his previous teacher gave on the subject. He loved it so much that when my kindergarten class started doing the frog life cycle I bought my iPad in so I could work with small groups and give everyone a chance to try it and they all gave it two thumbs up. My only problem is that when you used it in AR mode or Life Cycle mode there was no option to turn on a feature that would label the parts. Now I am in the App Store and this app is listed under new ways to learn math and in that mini clip they show that in AR mode you can have all the parts labeled I go back to check mine and still no and not showing me that there are any updates available either. Please add this feature in an upcoming update for both life cycle and ar mode with the ability to turn labeling on and off. Other than that so far no complaints great app.

DogIke ,

helpful and interesting

i love herpetology and there’s no shortage of frogs in the world, so i decided i want to learn about the internal structures of a frog. this app does what it says it does, and provides useful information about the anatomy of a frog. admittedly, the contents are a little shallow, but i found the information provided to be useful. i look forward to future improvements of the app. a recommendation i do have is more information on each of the organs and how they function. this app won’t make you a frog expert but i definitely learned from it and i’m happy that i was able to see the inside of a frog without having to kill a real one. 🐸💚

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much! Glad you like Froggipedia! Stay tuned as Froggipedia is coming up with new features.

App Privacy

The developer, Indiavidual Learning Limited, 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.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

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

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