A great reference, testing and education tool. Includes 141 beautiful muscle images with name, action, origin, insertion and comments, plus audio pronounciation guide, a quiz maker, an action viewer, 7 3d models, and 6 short videos to create a rich learning experience.
-3D MODELS: see the whole picture with seven 3d models that you control, each structure clearly labeled with useful comments.
-MUSCLE IMAGES: 141 major muscles, both deep and superficial with all important information and comments, plus the ability to add your own notes.
-AUDIO: Pronunciation guide for each muscle.
-QUIZ MAKER: Create your own multiple choice quiz on the name, action, origin or insertion... and focus on the leg, arm, torso or head. 480 total questions. If you get it wrong, the app shows the correct muscle image and speaks the name. Also included is a spelling quiz for the muscle names. You can use the favorites section to build your own quizzes.
-ACTION VIEWER: 37 joint action animations with the muscles that do the action, plus comments on the mechanics of each joint.
-VIDEOS: 6 embedded videos explaining the function of the hip, shoulder, back and face muscles, as well as fascia and the nervous system (20 min total).
This robust application is a great teaching and learning tool for students, educators and healthcare practitioners wanting to study or teach the muscular system.
Updated to work with the newest iOS.
Fixed minor video issues.
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I use this almost daily, it’s very thorough and I’m consistently getting better at knowing the muscles in the body. I’ve had a few issues pop up and just recently the videos wouldn’t play but instead rushing to give a bad review I wrote to body work and they fixed problem quite quickly. Very satisfied.
This app is very good for learning and reviewing human muscular anatomy. Just what I was looking for, at an inexpensive price as a back up to my textbook. The quiz feature helps to keep things interesting. No problem with it crashing.
What a waste of &
I had just the muscle app, which was free when I downloaded several years ago. It had been screwing up - showing the wrong graphic for the wrong muscle, not giving any information except for pronunciation; so I deleted it. When I reloaded it, I found it was part of a bundle that now costs $6. The description said that the bugs had been worked out; so like a fool, I bought it. Still has the same problems mentioned above. How do I get my money back for an app that doesn’t work?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.