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Top Celebrities That Have Their Own App

Top Celebrities Who Have Their Own App
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Celebrities are known for expanding their roles outside of their normal work in order to expand upon their success. Some celebrities start their own restaurants or businesses hoping to use their name and brand to further their success. Other celebrities try to find footing in other aspects such as fitness and health. However, one new trend that is popping up is celebrities that have their own successful mobile applications. Technology is becoming more prominent in our lives, and some celebrities are chomping at the bit to be apart of the tech industry. Here are some of the top celebrities that have made their name in the world of mobile applications.


Kylie Jenner (Kylie Cosmetics)
Kylie Jenner is on track to be the youngest self-made billionaire ever, and she's showing no signs of slowing down. Jenner is best known for her cosmetic lines and social media following, and has recently released an app called Kylie Cosmetics. This app is Kylie's latest business savvy move as she moves to corner the makeup industry. The app’s primary goal is to improve the overall experience of customers, allowing them to track their orders and have access to exclusive deals. If you’re a huge fan of Jenner and her makeup lines, then this app is a must-have.
Damon Wayans Jr. (Special Guest App)
Instead of developing an app that helped fans follow his everyday life, Damon Wayans Jr decided to turn the entertainment industry on its head. By partnering with serial entrepreneur Kris Jones and developing Special Guest App, Wayans Jr. did just that. Special Guest App is a platform that allows talent to register online and fill in their information. Consumers can then use the platform to search for local talent to hire for parties and events. The app also takes care of   other things such as payment and reviews. The whole purpose of the app is to make the live entertainment industry at the local level run much smoother. Special Guest App has the potential to revolutionize the entertainment industry and change it for the better.


Tyler, the Creator (Golf Media)
Tyler, the Creator and his band Odd Future are well known for creating unique and exciting pieces of content. Camp Flog Gnaw and various other projects have displayed Tyler’s creativity, but none like Golf Media. Golf Media is described as “Tyler’s brain in one place”, and includes content such as live streams and behind the scenes content. Unfortunately Tyler killed the product in 2018, but much of the unique content is still circulating around the internet.  If you enjoy the seeing the creativity that artists like Tyler can express, then you should look into the content that was posted to Golf Media.


Maisie Williams (Daisie)
Best known for her role as Arya on the hit HBO television series Game of Thrones, Maisie Williams is a young star with a bright future ahead of her. However, Williams isn’t afraid to branch out to new areas to further her career. Her mobile application Daisie allows creators to create and share their projects with other people. Williams sees this mobile app as a way for creative types to display their hard work and create long lasting networks that could help them in the future.

Disclaimer: At the Fence is not promoting the individuals named in the above post. We are mentioning apps they have created and how technology is changing the way we promote our names, businesses, etc.

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