National Deer Alliance launches new app for hunters

(Photo: National Deer Alliance)

The NDA App offers hunters resources and the chance to connect on-the-go. (Photo: National Deer Alliance)

The National Deer Alliance unveiled a new app, appropriately called NDA app, designed to connect hunters with news, information and each other.

The NDA App is available for download on both Apple and Android devices for $4 and includes stories and articles found on the NDA website as well as the On Watch newsletter. Information is sorted by category including deer diseases, hunting, law and regulations, wild deer conservation and NDA news.

In addition, the NDA connects users through interactive resources allowing hunters to swap photos and communicate with each other from nearly any deer stand. NDA says the app’s fee goes to support the organization’s mission of wild deer conservation and preserving hunting rights.

Though the NDA App is fully functional, Pinizzotto said developers are still looking for user input on how to improve the aesthetics and information provided.

“We are very excited to provide deer enthusiasts with a new tool that will keep them regularly informed about current deer issues,” said Nick Pinizzotto, NDA president and CEO, in a statement. “In addition, we’re seeking input from users about how we can make the app even better, and look forward to continually updating or providing new features that are fun, informative, and interactive.”

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