Is Kourtney Kardashian Getting Her Own App? The Star Is Joining Her Sisters In The Phone Game Business
If you got so addicted to Kim Kardashian: Hollywood that your thumbs are still cramped up, then you know that the Kardashian app game is ridiculously strong. Kim's "get famous or die trying" game may have been all anyone talked about last summer, but now, her sisters are getting in on the action, too. On Monday, Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian joined their younger siblings Kendall and Kylie Jenner for a panel at the Soho Apple Store in New York City to discuss the launch of their brand-new apps and websites. Kim's site features makeup tutorials and pregnancy updates; Khloe's website is all about fitness and includes purchasable workout videos; and Kendall and Kylie both have blogs dedicated to their coveted style. But what about Kardashian sister Kourtney? Though she was at the panel, her site is MIA. Is Kourtney getting her own app as well?
Fear not, Kourtney fans: the eldest Kardashian sibling will get her time online. It just wasn't on schedule with the rest of her sibs. Here's what Kourtney told fans about her upcoming site at the press conference:
[My website] is more curated. I'm obsessed with interior design, so it’s a lot about that. I'm obsessed with being a mom and I have a very specific way of being a mom, I think as well, so I love sharing — all my friends come to me with mom questions. There’s not one thing on mine that I'm not obsessed with, like, thoroughly... I can't wait til mine launches.
So don't freak: Kourtney's website and accompanying app is in the works, and it sounds like a project completely appropriate for Kourtney. Kourtney's a busy mom of three (little Reign was born in December), and it seems like her app will reflect a side of her life that's all about nesting and taking care of her kids. As fans know from many episodes of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kourtney definitely has specific ideas about parenting, and it will be interesting to see exactly how those play out when she's the one controlling all of the content.
Additional reporting by Lia Beck