For the uninitiated, Kiip offers an innovative approach to mobile advertising that connects brands and developers through rewards. Rewards are serendipitous interstitials delivered to users during achievement moments. Kiip defines moments as natural pauses, often achievements, when users complete actions inside mobile apps or games. There are two kinds of rewards developers can offer users through Kiip’s rewards platform: Real and Virtual.
It’s that time again, when we round up our favorite new advertisements. This month, we’re showcasing ads revolving around everybody’s favorite pastime: drinking.
Featuring videos from Molson, Johnnie Walker and everyone in between, these spots might just inspire a boozy workday lunch.
Five steps. That’s all that lies between you and integrating Kiip.
Kiip recently updated its developer onboarding process, creating a simpler integration experience. To ensure that this is the smoothest process possible, I’ve created a GIF-infused step-by-step guide to walk you through all of the new stuff.
Sit back and relax. We’ve got it from here.
Perfect365 is a mobile makeup app with 40 million users. It harnesses cutting edge imaging and video technologies to provide users with the tools to create picture-perfect memories. Here’s how Perfect365 achieved a monetization strategy as flawless as its photos.
Perfect365 wanted to celebrate beauty moments and engage users in a non-disruptive manner.
If you haven’t heard the news yet, we partnered with RunKeeper to provide rewardable workouts!
When people learned they could receive discounts on Pebble Watches and free samples from Quaker, Secret and more, well, they went a little crazy.
A few months ago, Apple announced Swift: a brand new programming language that sent ripples throughout the dev community. Many were excited with what Apple had created – us iOS devs were finally getting proper closures, tuples, multiple returned types, and much more.
What does this mean for Kiip? How would we ensure devs could use Swift and still tap into the power of Kiip? We started by leveraging Swift’s ability to mix and match Objective-C code – what the Kiip SDK is written in – while maintaining a 100% Swift environment. It started with adding our framework to our Swift project.