Introducing the Kiip Web SDK

What’s the first thing you saw when you clicked this link? That’s right: rewards on our new Web SDK.

For some time, developers have requested a Web SDK from Kiip to integrate into their mobile webpages and HTML5 desktop sites. Now, it’s here.

The Kiip Web SDK gives developers endless opportunities to reward users for activities across the web.

  • Publishers can recognize users who comment on articles.
  • E-commerce sites can thank users who make large purchases.
  • And mobile sites still building native apps can reward users for online achievements.

To learn how the Web SDK works, we’ve put together a demo that displays rewards on a publisher site. Check out the demo at webdemo.kiip.me, click on a post and scroll/comment until you see a reward appear.

Web SDK Demo

PCH Lotto and myHomework are just a few games and sites that have integrated Kiip’s Web SDK so far. The developers involved have seen an average eCPM of $88 and an engagement rate of 31 percent.

To monetize your site with the Web SDK, email our support team and request an app_key. When you’ve obtained your app_key, visit docs.kiip.me, where full instructions are included.

How are you planning on using the Web SDK? We’d love to hear your experiences and feedback.


Rewards lead to higher engagement among users and better monetization for developers. 84 percent of mobile users say they prefer mobile rewards vs. ads, and over 3,000 games and apps already use Kiip to monetize. Learn more about Kiip at kiip.me/developers.

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