KIWIBOX.COM Incorporates OpenAPI System that Allows Developers to Create Applications to Help Members Explore, Connect, and Party.

Oct 28, 2010, 16:09 ET from KIWIBOX.COM, Inc.

NEW YORK, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ --KIWIBOX.COM, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: KIWB), announced today that they have implemented a K-OpenAPI Interface for developers to create and manufacture their own interactive applications adapted to the Kiwibox social network and its members. This K-OpenAPI gives developers outside of Kiwibox the option to create applications with the power of Kiwibox.

With an easy registration process, developers will be able to create any application they see fit for Kiwibox members using the K-Open API system. Successful applications on other social networks include gaming platforms, gift giving and receiving, cities visited, and many others. Application opportunities are endless for developers interested in contributing to the lively community that is

To ensure the safety and validity of the Kiwibox platform, all applications must first be approved by an intense tech team before having the opportunity to be published. Even once an application is published, users must "allow" the application to access their information. If a user is not interested in a specific application, they can simply deny it. Both members and developers have the ability to manage and/or end their connection to these applications at any time.

As first developer GoodgameStudios have created an application for the Kiwibox API. Kiwibox members will now be given the opportunity to play multiplayer games like building up a farm or cafe with friends or other members of the Kiwibox community. Currently around 50% of the users from the #1 social network are playing games and the average user spends about 210 minutes playing per month. Throughout 2009, the market for games played on social networks reached an astonishing $639 million. With this market constantly expanding, Kiwibox is guaranteed to expand right along with it.


KIWIBOX.COM is the only stand-alone social network community company whose shares are traded in the public stock market under the trading symbol "KIWB". KIWIBOX.COM was founded in 1999 to give teenagers a voice on the internet and was a leader in the teen oriented world for several years. In 2008, the company launched a new version 2.0, expanding its community to serve old teens & young adults to explore, connect and party. After a restructuring of the company in 2009, a new website technology platform was announced in 2010. Further developments and integration of mobile and strategy technology, in combination with traditional marketing efforts are integrated or planned to increase membership and to be a prominent website in the social networking world for young adults and old teens.

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