Taylor Swift's New Mobile App Swift Life
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Taylor Swift Launches The

New Taylor Swift Mobile App for Her Fans

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The long-awaited Taylor Swift app for the Swift fans is finally here and can be accessed by anyone. By keeping her promise Taylor Swift, the popular American pop star launched her mobile app named ‘Taylor Swift Life’ today. The app out now globally for the Swift fans across the globe to gather and interact with Taylor swift directly. The Swift Life app came one day after her birthday, she marked her 28th birthday this year.

The Swift Life app is developed by the Glu Mobile and designed with the aim to give Swift’s fans a platform to directly communicate with her. The app allows the fans to view latest unseen images, videos, and news of Taylor Swift. With the help of the app, the music star is creating a friendly fan community to share her thoughts and experiences directly with them. Fans are not only given the freedom of sending direct messages to Swift but they can also chat with each other within the app. The other gem of the Taylor Swift Life app is its unique and creative ‘Taymoji’. Users can also get access to the more interesting ‘Taymoji’ picture and stickers by liking the other fans post. However, if you want to avoid liking the posts, you can buy the pictures using the virtual currency available in the app, the picks such as guitar picks.

In addition, the fans will be able to get direct tips from Swift over different things including music.

 

The company behind the app, Glu Mobile is known for building the app for celebrities. The previous work of the company includes some of the successful app Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, Restaurant Dash: Gordon Ramsay and Nicki Minaj: Empire. Launching an app is the new trend among the celebrities to maintain their popularity and finding a direct way to communicate with their fans. These celebrities app have become an effective channel to retain the damaged public image.

If you are a die-hard Taylor Swift fan, then the app is especially for you, the Swift Life is available on iOS for now to install.

Akash Singh Chauhan
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Akash Singh Chauhan

Akash Singh Chauhan is a senior writer at MobileAppDaily and he mainly covers all the latest happenings and tweaks in mobile app technology. Being an Engineering graduate he is always compelled to the technology and tries to discover new trends in the tech world. Along with any tech news he also never misses a single episode of ‘Dragon Ball’.

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