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The Human Body by Tinybop

Education & Medical
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Sep 24, 2021
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Learn anatomy and biology in an interactive model of the human body — the heart beats, guts gurgle, lungs breathe, the skin feels, and eyes see. *** Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice *** *** KAPI Best App for Older Children *** *** Parents Magazine Best App for Families *** The Human Body is No. 1 in Tinybop’s Explorer’s Library. Each Explorer’s Library app lets kids explore the invisible and awesome wonders of STEM. Kids (and kids at heart!) ages 4+ develop foundational science literacy. The Human Body has been downloaded more than 8 million times and has reached the #1 spot on the App Store’s education charts in 144 countries. “The sound effects are both hilarious and compelling—the pulsing swoosh of the heart pumping is soothing, but the gassy squeaks coming from the digestive system are enough to send my kids into a fit of giggles.” — COOL MOM TECH “What it all amounts to is a circuitous, engrossing tour through the human body—one that’s completely self-guided and unique to every user.” — WIRED Features + Explore eight interactive systems to learn human anatomy, including the skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, immune, and integumentary (skin) systems. + Discover detailed, interactive models of the heart, brain, eye, stomach, mouth, and much more. + Get the urogenital system as an in-app purchase. + Feed the body, make it run and breathe, assemble and pull apart a skeleton, see how the eye sees, watch sound vibrations travel through the ear canal, and more. + Learn new vocabulary with text labels in 50+ languages. + Create a dashboard to change languages, delete accounts, and support your kids’ learning. + Intuitive, safe, and kid-friendly design. + Multi-user system: each child can choose and name their own avatar. + Original artwork and sound design. + Fun for the whole family—play together, learn together. + No rules or levels—curiosity is rewarded. FREE handbook Our expert-reviewed handbook is full of facts, interaction hints, and discussion questions to support learning in this app, in the classroom or at home. Download in your app or at: Privacy Policy We take your and your child’s privacy very seriously. We do not collect or share personal information about your child, nor do we allow any third-party advertising. When the camera, microphone, and other services are used within an app, your information is neither collected nor distributed outside of the app. Read our complete privacy policy at Tinybop, Inc. is a Brooklyn-based studio of designers, engineers, and artists. We make toys for tomorrow. We’re all over the internet. Visit us: Follow us: Like us: Peek behind the scenes: We love hearing your stories! If you have ideas, or something isn’t working as you expect it to, please contact us: Psst! It's not Tiny Bop, or Tiny Bob, or Tiny Pop. It's Tinybop. :)

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Apr 22, 2018

The apps controls are a bit clumsy, and it’s hard to view any system without interference from the side panel and there not being enough space to swipe the ‘switch’ all the way back and forth to change internal and external views. I feel like you could fully enjoy this app with an iPad instead of a phone. There’s just not enough space to explore everything without accidentally knocking over labels and things. It’s certainly better suited for kids than adults as it does not provide any readable content on each system or part- but if you’ve taken anatomy before (even just in high school) then it can be a nice reminder of our basic functions through basic observation. It’s cute and entertaining but the clumsiness of the controls and the lack of info provided confuses me- it doesn’t provide explanation for things- it seems the goal is to learn by watching the simple mechanics of each system- which can be confusing at times and made me want to look up how exactly something worked. If you’re looking to spark curiosity in a child this is a great app- if you’re looking for an app to actually learn about the human body and it’s functions then I’d turn to the internet instead.

Dec 06, 2017

My son who is now 4 has loved this app for the past half year. We were learning about the human body and why he should eat healthy so that everything works well together. And this is exactly what he needed. It does not just give him the information in text or spoken form, he gets to take the lead in experimenting. He can feed the avatar too fast to where it starts getting gassy and he can feed it then try to run and see how eating too close to heavy exercise affects his digestion. He also saw how bad bacteria is fought by his white blood cells and he even made a craft and was excited by it. Thanks for such a simple but creative way to get kids exploring and learning on their own.!

Aubert Washington
Feb 04, 2018

I love the app. It is awesome-i was thinking that maybe you could add some sort of area where it's like, sick?? So where you could see the sick cells, and have orange juice on the side so that the kid could drink orange juice and "heal" the cells. Something like that?? And maybe that eating too much candy or etc. causes it??? Just suggestions :) and when you do the teeth thing-it's not very realistic because the teeth get bad right away :/ u can't feed it water melon without it turning bad right away :( other than that it's all good!! Just a few suggestions (sorry for the long comment)

Apr 14, 2019

I like your games so much Tinybop! I have some suggestions though. Could you make a app about human evolution? I just am confused on the subject and your games help me understand the science I am learning more. Another game idea: The effects of pollution. I am so against plastic. I work hard at my school to help try and use less plastic at the school and finally get recycling bins. I think having a game about pollution effects, with stuff about how plastic is made would be perfect! I hope to buy your new app about matter soon!

Jun 10, 2018

I showed my brother this who is 4 and he loves it it’s a simple way to teach children the basics of the human body just one thing if u can make another app that’s based off your other apps like this one and make it realistic (: for older people like me if u can thanks and my brother wants to play so peace and keep up the good work I’m in my teens :update I’m just saying this because you know this is about health and stuff well I’m going to Harvard medical school so yay 🤩🤩🤯🤯👍👍

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About The Human Body by Tinybop

Developed by Tinybop Inc..

The Human Body by Tinybop is ranking in   Education & Medical

Last update was at Sep 24, 2021and the current version is 3.5.2.

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The Human Body by Tinybop have a 326a user reviews.

The Human Body by Tinybop was released in the App Store. It is developed by Tinybop Inc., who have also released the following apps.

The Human Body by Tinybop has 326 user reviews.​

The Human Body by Tinybop has an average rating of 4.5. ​The latest version of The Human Body by Tinybop 3.5.2​ ​​was ​released on Sep 24, 2021​.

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