Kihapp is a tournament management service specially designed for martial artists. Kihapp gives a hand in every part of the process of a tournament, from online registration to making brackets, printing certificates and publishing results.
Kihapp runs entirely on the web, meaning you can use it on anything that has a web browser: Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iPhone, iPad, anything you like. It also means there is nothing to install.
Kihapp is easily customizable to any form of martial arts. Currently, the following are supported:
- ITF Taekwon-Do
- WTF Taekwondo
- Ju-Jitsu (beta)
- Judo (beta)
- Brazilian Jiu-jitsu (beta)
- Hapkido (beta)
- Tang Soo Do (beta)
About the Author
In 2009, I was put in charge of a local tournament by my taekwondo school. As I was unable to find software that would help me take in registrations, make brackets, and publish results, I decided to write the first version of what would eventually become Kihapp.
My name is Ville Sundberg. I'm a Finnish martial artist and software developer with more than a decade of experience in creating reliable, easy-to-use software. I hold a 3rd degree black belt in ITF Taekwon-Do, and I live in Stockholm, Sweden. You can reach me at email@example.com.
Today, Kihapp has been in active use and development for more than five years, is in use in 41 countries, and has handled more than 23 thousand registrations.