The Kardashian-Jenner family is looking to start out new in the new year, also this signifies bidding farewell for their official apps.
Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Kylie Jenner announced Wednesday that all their sites will go shadowy in 20-19. “We’ve had an incredible experience linking with all of you throughout our apps such past couple years but have made the difficult decision to no more have to upgrade at 20-19. We hope you’ve enjoyed this travel as much as we all have, and we look forward to what’s ahead,” a statement.
Around that period this past year, Kendall Jenner echoed the same opinion when she shut down her app.
Introduced in 2015, entry to these celebrities’ programs cost readers $2.99 a month. Content largely comprised never-before-seen videos and photos from their personal lives, in addition to insight in their attractiveness, diet and fitness patterns.
Even the E! reality TV characters are still switch things up within the empire, even just eight months ago Kim declared the closure of their DASH clothing boutiques.
Clearly, that is not to say that the Kardashian enthusiast is slowing by any means.
Having a net worth of $900 million, the makeup mogul landed the No. 5 spot supporting famous brands George Lucas and Oprah Winfrey, and certainly –she’s still on course to become the youngest self-made billionaire at any time. Likewise, 23-year-old Kendall was named the highest-paid model of 2018 by Forbes. By grossing $22.5 million within the past calendar year, the catwalk queen out-earned business vets like Charlie Kloss, Gisele Bündchen along with Cara Delevingne.