Today, we’re excited to announce the exclusive beta launch of Kiip’s Clip-to-Card product. With Clip-to-Card, Kiip becomes a premier partner for retailers to help drive in-store sales, giving consumers unprecedented redemption opportunities for rewards by clipping rewards direct to their loyalty card.
Imagine you’re sitting in an airport, you have an one hour layover and your flight just got delayed another 45 minutes. You’re hungry and you’re bored— we’ve all been there. What if you could enjoy a meal while passing the time playing iPad games and earning rewards you can redeem right from your seat? Well, we made it so you can.
Kiip takes pride in respecting the user experience, so 31 languages were successfully integrated into Kiip’s technology. What exactly does this mean for the mobile user?
There are so many things to consider when you’re preparing to monetize your app with ads. The one aspect that is often overlooked, but is arguably the most important, is how the ads are going to affect your user experience. There are a few key things developers should keep in mind in order to respect the user experience during the ad monetization process.
It’s no secret that offering rewards to mobile users who achieve unique moments is Kiip’s ongoing anthem. And just like beautifully wrapped presents, we want to make sure our gifts to users look damn good. This year we knew it was time to redesign not only the aesthetic, but the overall Kiip reward experience.
Kiip and Breathometer are partnering to reward responsible decision making when drinking. The partnership places rewards inside the Breathometer App, supporting the Original Breathometer and Breathometer Breeze, the world’s first wireless and
For Throwback Thursday, we’re announcing your favorite older games that now have a new twist – Kiip rewards. There are three new games on the Kiip network that pay tribute to the