Tech, literature, music, TV, web stars are all merging into one giant monster – the media. Little wonder then how many popular urbane figures are trying their hands non-art fields like Tech and Literature.
This article will to showing you famous people who have mobile applications.
- Nicki Minaj
Nicki’s take on the fame adventure app gives you a chance to move up through the world of hip-hop.
- Katy Perry
Katy Perry’s fame game app was similar to the others, but didn’t take off the way some have.
Not all celeb game apps are of the cartoon-y, RPG variety. Shakira’s Love Rocks app is an addictive combo of Tetris and Bejeweled.
- Chelsea Handler
Chelsea Handler’s app is one that actually applies to your daily life. Gotta Go lets your schedule calls and texts that can act as your excuse to get out of just about anything, whether it’s an awkward first date or a lame party.
- Britney Spears
Britney Spears also has a version of the “cartoon adventures in fame” app. The game really lets you get involved in your fictional path to fame, including a chance to design your album covers.
- Kim Kardashian
This one is simple: Emojis plus Kim Kardashian = amazing.
Kim Kardashian also has a game where you can join Kim on adventures in Los Angeles and basically get to live life as a Kardashian—virtually, anyway. The app is *technically* free, but be warned: It’s easy to spend a lot of real-life money on its in-app purchases.
She also has an official app outside of her game.
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- Hanx Writer
Even Tom Hanks came to the app world with Hanx Writer, which turns your iPad into a vintage typewriter.
There are many more celebrities with apps like Kylie & Kendall Jenner, Demi Levato, and Taylor Swift.