Kim Kardashian knows how to sell herself, that is obvious. Her iOS game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood was a huge success; it earned more than $200 million thanks to in-app purchases. In that game, players could become models in the world of Kim to become a celebrity.
Her new app is quite different. That app is not a free to download, it costs $1.99. For that amount, you get over 250 stickers that you can use in instant messages. The app carries the name Kimoji and is essentially a keyboard for iOS. Keep in mind that the “emoji” is not really emoji as you know them. They are not added to the other emoji. They are more like stickers and you send them by copying them and pasting them in chat apps. That is exactly why many people complain about the operation of the app, so be warned, Kardashian fans.
In the app, you will find, among other things, her face but there are also less familiar images, such as the painting of nails, a donut or strawberries dipped in chocolate sauce. Also, there are pictures of a cartoony body in a bathing suit and you can find an emoji of Kims buttocks. When Kimoji was released in the App Store, the demand for the app was so great that iTunes had connection problems. On Twitter, fans report that they could not even load the App Store while others were unable to download the app in the beginning. Kim Kardashian has apologized for “breaking” the App Store. Meanwhile, the storm has a little lie-down, though the app maintains the number one position of paid apps.
Apple, I'm so sorry I broke your App Store!!!
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) December 21, 2015