Froggipedia

Froggipedia

By Designmate (I) Pvt. Ltd.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2018-03-30
  • Current Version: 1.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 137.95 MB
  • Developer: Designmate (I) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 32 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $3.99
Froggipedia App Ratings: 4
4
Total 32 Reviews

Froggipedia App Description

Froggipedia, an engaging, interactive, powerful constructive learning Apple AR which helps explore and discover the unique life cycle and intricate anatomical details of a frog. It is a sterling example of how AR technology has moved leaps and bounds. The app provides an immersive and engaging experience which elaborates on each phase of the life cycle of a little amphibian called the frog. Froggipedia helps us to observe the life cycle of a frog, such as how it turns from a single celled egg in water to a tadpole which in turn metamorphoses into a froglet and eventually a full grown frog. We can further dissect and observe the complex structure of its various organ systems right on our iOS devices using an Apple pencil or your finger. Thus we get best of both worlds as we get to successfully observe and learn about the structure of a frog and yet cause no harm to life. A fun quiz in the end helps in absorbing the knowledge gained through this innovative app called Froggipedia. Froggipedia has been awarded "iPad App of the Year" 2018 and is now available in the following languages: Japanese, Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Korean, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Latin Spanish, Thai.

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Froggipedia App Reviews

  • It’s a frog

    1
    By triedseveralnames
    First impression is great. After you dissect the frog (takes 2-5 min), you’re done. Downloaded, dissected, showed a friend, deleted from my iPad. Maybe one day.
  • Shallow

    1
    By Dr Mudius
    Apps not ready yet, I’ll keep it in hopes of a better update, more info, tongue trick, audio descriptions, better & more dissection. Why do they call this AR it would be much better if we had 360 degree 3D control that way hovering / selecting would be easier, I should have read the comments.
  • More species!

    5
    By Silk 'n Such
    Please, please, please add additional reference material for the plethora of different species, including the various phenotypes that can be observed—all via glorious AR. Also, please gimme gimme a 3d-view of a male frog calling a mate, perhaps the single-most iconic behavior of a stereotypical frog, with an analysis of the systems involved. Please also include basic reference about contractile units (sarcomeres) that allow such amazing jump distances and such fast/accurate/ranged tongue strikes. There’s already an abundance of reference in the app’s material for a solid introduction. Please use the influx from the “App of the Year 2018” earnings-surge towards creating a truly definitive frog guide. High five!
  • This needed to exist when I was young!!

    5
    By Nike120001
    This needed to exist when I was young and in school! I have a 6 year old now and watching her eyes when she can see and interact with the frog is amazing! She is learning so much and I am even picking up stuff I forgot as well! A great interactive way for you to spend time with kids and interact in a way you could never do before! This developer has really put in the work to make it look great and run super smooth
  • Good app

    5
    By PauelDubar
    Really good app! I’m waiting for new :)
  • Voice

    3
    By Tnish1
    This app would be amazing for my kids if there was a way to have the contents read out load when looking at different areas of the frog.
  • Frogggggggs plz make desert rain frog 🐸

    5
    By Rac34
    Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep
  • Love This

    5
    By Super Star App
    I don’t understand the negative reviews; what exactly do you expect? When I taught fifth grade science, one of our objectives was organism development. This included direct development (like humans), complete metamorphosis (like butterflies), and incomplete metamorphosis (like frogs). I had dragonfly larvae, chicken eggs in an incubator, and, of course, tadpoles. We watched every organism change. My students were always asking “can we dissect something, please.” This app would have been a perfect substitution for an actual dissection. Teachers out there — load it onto a few iPads to use during stations. Please keep adding features and upgrading your app. Love this.
  • Really cool but needs an update.

    4
    By Redstar1979
    Could you please update this to be used on the Xs Max. The notch is cutting out some of the information. Otherwise very nice.
  • Like a real frog

    5
    By Alamodecember
    Gotta hand it to these folks. That frog looks very real!

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