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The Kardashian-Jenner Sisters Each Launch Their Own Personalized Apps and Websites

Kourtney Kardashian showed off her abs in a black leather bandeau top and high-waisted trousers , while Khloe Kardashian fit her curves into a black knit gown with beige underlay.

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Kylie, meanwhile, also focuses a lot on fashion for her website.

Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Kendall and Kylie Jenner announced on September 14 that their new apps were available, while Kourtney Kardashian’s app is still in developing stage. But we do hope she posts a tutorial soon on her app dedicated to her colorful hair transformations. She captioned it: #1 I can’t believe it. I love you guys. And their followers proved who they’re really most interested in when it came to sales: Kylie totally topped all her other sisters by a landslide!

As if there photos and short video clips on Instagram and Snapchat weren’t enough, the Kardashian sisters decided to create and launch their own app and website to further increase their links to their adoring fans. “It’s life-changing. I’ve gotten all my sisters on it and all my friends”.

She explained: “Kim is just so savvy [about her business], and [if I send an e-mail to her] there’s no lag time”. She also has a section dedicated to her daughter’s fashion statements called “Get North’s Look”. She said when her app is ready, hers will be more curated. Kendall runs all over the world modeling and has unbelievable adventures.

Ky took a break from all the partying to share a daring snap from her site, which shows her topless and wearing fishnet knickers while facing a mirror.

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The tech event is described as, “a discussion with key members of the team behind the exciting new lifestyle apps from the Kardashian/Jenner sisters”. Kylie is the uncontested leader out of the gate, with her app immediately becoming the #1 free iOS app and staying there. All five apps offer a mix of free content and paid-for features which can be accessed by paying .99 per month.

Kardashian and Jenner sisters start their own personal apps