The Google Body app that was shown off during the Honeycomb presentation last month has finally made its way onto the Android Market. According to an article over on Ubergizmo, the Google Body app was first introduced last month during the Honeycomb presentation and is specifically for Honeycomb tablets so won’t run on older versions of the Android operating system.
Head to the Android Market and download the latest official Google application, Google Body. Designed with 3.0 in mind, it lets users get detailed looks at a 3D model of the human body. Using 3D graphics resources, Google Body lets you look at your organs, muscles and bones. It can prove to be a useful tool in education and also while consulting doctors. As of now, Google Body flaunts only a female figure, but male’s anatomy will soon arrive.
The Google Body app for Android 3.0 is rated 5 stars, and above can be downloaded to your tablet as a free download by hitting up the Android Market, and just so you can see what Google Body is all about we have a quick video for your viewing pleasure below courtesy of Android Central.
The free app works much like a Google Earth for bodies featuring pinch zooming and rotation and should be a fun one to mess with for a while. We can imagine medical professionals and students also digging the features of what will likely be a constantly evolving app.
Watch a video demonstration of Google Body in action below,