3D Human Physiology iOS App ‘Pocket Anatomy’ Goes Free For Limited Time [$15 Value]

If you’ve ever been interested in the human body but don’t have access to the reading materials required to learn up on the subject, then you might want to check out Pocket Anatomy – Interactive 3D Human Anatomy and Physiology. The app is highly rated and certainly looks the business to laymen like me, and there has never been a better time to download the app than right now.

Pocket Anatomy usually costs $15 to download from the App Store, bur right now it won’t cost you a penny. That’s a lot of app, and a lot of learning for no outlay at all!


Our medically accurate, male and female anatomical content is packed with over 100,000 words of learning content as well as 1000s of award-winning medical animations, so now you really do have the entire human body in the palm of your hand.

I won’t pretend to know the vast majority of what is locked away in this app, but considering the current offer and the fact it never hurts to learn more about the bodies we inhabit, I think now would be a great time to scrub up on what’s going on inside our bodies. With this app, there’s plenty to check out, with animations and some gorgeous imagery to behold.

Boost your anatomy knowledge TODAY! Looking for the Lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve? With our award-winning app, it’s easy: retrieve any anatomical structure and relevant clinical information in an instant. Search through 1000s of anatomical structures such as ligaments, tendons, arteries, veins, organs, and glossary items. Browse by system layers including skin, skeletal, connective tissue, muscular, circulatory, digestive, reproductive, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary and more…

Just look at all those fancy sounding words!


Download Pocket Anatomy from the App Store for free today before someone comes to their senses and bumps it back up to the not-at-all-expensive $15 it was previously!

(Download: Pocket Anatomy for iPhone and iPad on the App Store)

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