World Gatka Federation launches Gatka Mobile App to promote traditional martial art globally
Gatka lovers all over the world will now have an easy access to an exclusive mobile application, which has been designed and powered by SoftProdigy
Gatka lovers all over the world will now have an easy access to an exclusive mobile application, which has been designed and powered by SoftProdigy, an emerging Mobile App development Company from the region. The team at SoftProdigy has put in their persistent efforts and skills into bringing this app to life in a short span of time under active supervision of Shri Grewal, who has done a remarkable job. This wonderful one of its kind indigenous sports app has been dedicated to Gatkebaaz across the world and has been deemed indispensible to keep a regular tab on their favorite sport and activities through their smart phones.
Jointly developed by World Gatka Federation and Gatka Federation of India the Gatka mobile app offers a quick and easy access to the essential information on martial art Gatka and the active promoters associated with this ancient art community worldwide. The android application boasts of a contemporary colorful design having broadly divided into four sections namely history of Gatka, activities & events, photo and videos gallery where a user can download and share photographs, videos and latest news about Gatka game. Each page provides detailed information on all aspects of the sport – Gatka, an ancient Sikh martial art.
This dynamic application is the first-ever mobile application on martial art Gatka. It envisages helping the youth to associate with this sport and connecting to the Gatka community worldwide, while gaining inspiration to learn this ancient, culturally rich and powerful sport. This application is user-friendly and enables a quick and efficient access to all the users about World Gatka Federation and its affiliated national Federations and Associations.
Enter the world of Gatka by downloading it free from Google Play Store.
The app is also available at the following blog: http://blog.punjabgatkaassociation.com
You can also download it from Google Play Store: