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Kim Kardashian and Sisters Launch Personalized Apps

Kim Kardashian West, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner are now offering fans an even deeper glimpse into their lives by way of new personal media apps and websites, which launched today.

Each sister had a hand in designing the theme, color scheme and subject of her app’s personalized content, which the ladies (Kim, Kylie, Khloe and mom Kris Jenner) previewed over an eight-course dinner at Nobu Malibu on Sept. 1.

The apps, provided through tech and media company Whalerock Industries, will give paying subscribers access to the girls’ behind-the-scenes videos, tutorials, diaries and tips, and will also enable users to follow their whereabouts, ask them questions and sign up for events and giveaways.

While Kylie — who spoke of her predilection for the color teal and for changing her hair color — might debut a new ‘do, workout buff Khloe will video her rigorous fitness routines, and Kim will share her favorite makeup and beauty tips. Like something you see? Links will even allow fans to purchase the exact items the fashionable family members are wearing.

In addition to the apps, the brand-new websites KimKardashianWest.com, khloewithak.com, thekyliejenner.com and kendallj.com will offer a mix of free and exclusive subscriber content. Kourtney Kardashian’s app and website will be next to come.

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