When Kim Kardashian’s mobile app launched in 2014, it was an astounding success. The company behind the game, Glu Mobile, claimed the game had netted $100 million as of early 2016.
Kendall and Kylie were quick to follow suit and had their own app game, “Kendall & Kylie,” produced on Google Play and iTunes. The game follows the same formula, and has microtransactions galore.
But that’s not all. Kylie, Kim, Kendall and Khloe Kardashian each launched their own pay websites and apps in 2015. According to TMZ, the apps “allow users access to their world” for $2.99 a month.
Each sister released their app at the same time — and Kylie beat her brethren to a pulp in signups. Between the four of them, 891,340 people signed up within a day of release, and Kylie netted 74 perfect of those people.
Within the first week, it earned the top spot as iTunes’ most free downloaded app (there’s a seven-day free trial, so technically its free to download).