From their site: The Get Satisfaction API lets you access the data inside Get Satisfaction, and lets you and your users put data inside Get Satisfaction. The API is simple and should let you replicate almost all the functionality of Get Satisfaction from outside Get Satisfaction. Get Satisfaction is a place where people can get the most from the products they use, and where companies are encouraged to get real with their customers. Customers, employees, and companies are all welcome here. Nothing is hidden, and no one is censored. Join the conversation!
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Satisfaction Remote Component enables iPhone developers to embed support for Get Satisfaction within their apps. This works somewhat like the "Feedback" widget on many websites (example on getsatisfaction.com homepage).