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Essential Anatomy has become the most popular medical reference app on the iPad since its launch earlier this year. Now, developer 3D4Medical has brought its newest anatomy software to the Mac.
Essential Anatomy for OS X brings all of the features of the iPad version to your MacBook Air, Pro and iMac. Using 3D4Medical’s proprietary graphics engine, users can explore seven systems with the most detailed digital anatomy tool ever created for the desktop. Currently the sytems include Skeletal, Connective Tissue, Muscle, Veins, Arteries, Nerves and Respiratory. The app also includes the brain and the heart. In addition, 3D4Medical tells me that a free update will be coming to Essential Anatomy for OS X in the next few weeks that will add other systems, including digestive and urinary.
More than one billion people today will take part in Earth Day 2013. Governments, businesses, organizations and individuals will take time to celebrate the incredible planet on which we live. Below you will find five apps to help you get outside and enjoy nature as well as take steps to protect the Earth in your daily life.
iRecycle [iOS Universal; Free]
New and notable apps for iOS and OS X – April 22 edition. It has been busy in the App Store with a handful of new apps landing on iOS and OS X. Take a few minutes and check out our list of standout apps from the past few weeks!
Google has launched a new Places for Business app for iPhone and iPod touch. Its an extension of the Places for Business web service that allows business owners to manage their business across Google’s search, maps, and Google+ services. Here’s a run-down of what Places for Business offers:
- Verify your business listing directly from your phone
- Update your business information: hours, address, contact information, and description
- Post beautiful pictures of your business on your local Google+ page
- Track web traffic going to your listing
- Manage multiple business locations from one app
Many websites have learned the hard way that any 15-year-old kid with a copy of Photoshop and too much time on his hands can easily brew up a convincing “leaked” Apple product. Justifiably, then, these same sites sometimes greet photos of leaked parts with a degree of skepticism. Now, if only they’d employ that same skepticism when evaluating the nonsense that spews from legions of so-called “analysts.”
Foxconn is hiring a bunch of people, which means everyone immediately breaks out their Jump to Conclusions mats and leaps toward the “New iPhone!” square. Maybe, maybe not. Foxconn does build a lot of products for companies besides Apple, you know.