The first lesson in our science class at primary level was about our body. The rote memory from childhood can hardly help us apply that information to our daily life as needed, such as when we become ill or try to communicate with the doctor or try to pinpoint the exact organ that is causing us trouble. Confusion may arise. For this reason, the Anatomy Medical Apps was created. It was designed to show human anatomy. By sliding your finger from one point to another on your tablet screen, the layers of skin, the nervous system, the functions of each organ -- down to the skeletal system -- will be displayed. This can help us understand human anatomy better than simply reading the textbooks on the subject. The apps shows 3D models that allows users to navigate and rotate in four directions and see through nine layers underneath the skin. Anyone, not only the doctors, can now use precise medical terms to call our body parts.