Download OpenLab.bones apk 2.0 free for Android smartphone

12 Feb

Posted by BioCentric Apps in Medical | Feb. 12, 2016 | 7 Comments

Apk file size: 30.0 MB

This comprehensive human skeletal system resource is an easy, interactive way to reference bone names and markings. Includes high quality skeletal photographs representing both the axial and appendicular skeleton. OpenLab.bones was created by educators at NC State University through BioCentric Media LLC, an NC State sponsored start-up. This app is a must have for human anatomy students, teachers, healthcare professionals, or anyone interested in learning more about the human body.

*Introductory price for a limited time: $7.99

Top Features:
• High quality, accurate information that visually emphasizes bone borders, regional bone markings, joints and associated cartilages
• Easy to use, intuitive interface allows you to interact with both images and text
• Variety of viewing options including the ability to easily rotate, cut, and change views
• Multiple navigation options including menu, full skeleton, regional, and film strip selection

Whats new

    This version includes a quizzing feature with multiple choice and fill in questions.
    Humeral labeling errors have been corrected.
    The hyoid bone and articulated shoulder joint have been added.

BioCentric Apps part of our Medical and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Feb. 12, 2016. Google play rating is 77.1429. Current verison is 2.0. Actual size 30.0 MB.

Download openlab-bones.apk 30.0 MB


Alexandra Miller

Perfect for anatomy students I've tried several different apps for learning the bones and this one is by far the most thorough. No other apps have the bone markings, which I need to know for my anatomy class. Great app, worth the money!

Jotham Cheung

Good but has some errors i think The humerus is supposed to be from the right

Jamal Moss

Great App Very detailed and very easy to you. Great way to study anatomy in an organized matter

Anonymous Anonymous

GREAT APP!!! Super easy to use! Content is awesome! Best way to learn bones! You can interact with images or labels. Clear where limits of bones are and you can navigate anywhere in app from any screen. By far best learning tool available for tablets!

Rhonda Hillebrand

Not detailed enough

Jessica Keller

Worth the money!! very detailed

Jotham Cheung

Good but has some errors i think The humerus is supposed to be from the right

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