On Tuesday morning, Khloe Kardashian officially launched her new messaging app, “Begrouped,” now available on the Apple App store.
According to the app description, Begroupd is the first “group-messaging app to put decision-making in the palm of your hand.” The description also states that concept allows users to “simply ask a question within your group chats with Begroupd’s decision-making tools and get instant input from friends and family. Use polls, ratings, RSVPs or yes/no’s to collect feedback about any topic you want within a familiar chat environment.”
Khloe, who has clearly been beta testing and using the app for some time now, revealed via Twitter and Instagram on Monday night that her “family’s groupchats are insane! #groupchatproblems for real. Crazy groupchats are getting a makeover, stay tuned!”
Khloe isn’t the only famous sister to dive into the tech world. Last year, Kim Kardashian-West released a video game app called “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.” The game, which allows users to search for fame and fortune, is reported to make $200 million this year alone.