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.
#ICYMI: The 2014 Grow Hackathon is in full effect today and tomorrow in Whistler, BC.
Have you heard? 84 percent of users prefer apps with rewards over apps with traditional advertising.
We want every advertiser and developer who works with us to be successful enough to be a Kiip success story. However, the truth of the matter is that some rewards perform better than others. We covered this before in a post for performance marketers, and now it’s time to deep dive into the data of what makes rewards so successful for developers. These easy cheats may just make your monetization strategy that much stronger.
Workouts are about to get a lot more rewarding: Kiip is delighted to welcome leading fitness-tracking app RunKeeper to its moment-based rewards platform.
This was too good not to share. Our favorite ad this week, courtesy of ON24.
Back-to-school season is here! For parents, this means a little more peace of mind at home. For kids, it’s time to head back to campus.
Forcing yourself to study can be hard work, so we came up with a list of apps that will help you power down this fall. The best part: all the apps are Kiip-enabled. If a productivity app can’t motivate you, maybe some serendipitous rewards can.
Check out these Kiip-enabled apps.
Meet our Swift-compatible SDK. It’s an SDK for Apple’s new programming language, with little to no effort required on your part.
What it means: If you already have the latest Kiip SDK integrated into your app, you can test it inside Swift without updating.