Kimoji: Kim Kardashian West’s Emoji App

Attention, we have a Kardashian alert! Do you ever think you just need more Kim in your life? Sometimes our daily life is just too “glamourless” and needs a good dose of Kim K. Today is the end of your suffering, I hope you have already mastered the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood app, because there is a brand new product to explore. As a Christmas gift to all of her past, present, and future fans, Kim Kardashian West has unveiled a new series of emojis, surprisingly called Kimoji.

Kimoji: Kim Kardashian West's Emoji App

With the existence of so many emojis on the web (there are probably millions of them! let’s hope they don’t revolutionize and take over our offline world), it looks like there is no other emoji that has to be created out of necessity. Emojis are going viral; you might even start relating a certain period of your life to an emoji trend. That’s how much we actually love them. And even if you never send them, let’s admit, you like receiving them.

But with all that sea of emojis, there are situations where no emoji can express … like … exactly how you feel. Want some examples?

Are you looking for a perfect way to announce your pregnancy to the world? Guess what, there is a pregnant Kimoji available for that. No words, no fancy events and dinners, a Kimoji is quicker and probably way more effective in sending the main message.

Are you feeling sad because you didn’t get ALL the attention at a party? There is a Kimoji in tears. You can send that to a friend all night long.

Having a night out with the best frenemies? Put the selfie Kimoji in use.

See, now you have all the emojis necessary for survival. You don’t even need to speak, just send a Kimoji.

The first wave of Kimojis will include more than 250 icons and stickers. Some of them are images of fashion brands, apparel, clothing, Yeezies (I feel this needs a category of its own) and more, others feature her highness Kim! Let’s keep the latter for really special moments.

Kim K. started working on her emoji app 2 years ago. It’s now available in stores and costs $1.99. If you think they’ll be perfect for that new selfie you uploaded to Instagram, don’t get disappointed if some of the emojis don’t work. With so many people freaking out because of it, we’re sure it will work perfectly well both on Instagram and Twitter soon. The app also has a built-in QWERTY keyboard you can use in WhatsApp, iMessage, Facebook Messenger, and more; it’s basically conquering all your social media.

iOS users can now start enjoying the pack, while Android users will have to wait (maybe forever?) for more system compatibility. I’m pretty sure that even if thousands of you out there are not a fan of the Kardashian entertainment, you would still love to experiment with the Kimojis. Kim is going to help you express your emotions online.

Photo courtesy of Kim Kardashian West

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