New features from NY’s KickApps, whose hosted software lets Web publishers add “social” features like member profiles, video sharing, etc., into their existing sites:
- A new user interface so non-programmers can design/customise KickApps Web pages more easily.
- An API developer kit so companies can write apps that hook into KickApps’ software.
- A revamped back-end interface so publishers can more easily see what their users are doing — in real-time.
The company is also testing out a “widget studio” so non-programmers can make widgets and badges for their sites that users can paste on MySpace, blogs, etc. More on some of the new features at CenterNetworks and TechCrunch.
See Also: KickApps Raises $11 Million
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