Kim Kardashain-West finally broke the internet, or the Apple app store to be exact. The 35-year-old reality TV star launched 'kimoji,' her own range of personalised emojis.

The app is for $2.99 which includes a collection of over 250 Kimojis from waist trainers to selfies and belfies, Kim with a blonde hair and her famous crying face meme. Of course there would be a condom, Kim pole dancing, the famous magazine cover with her behind and a champagne glass is also include and to celebrate the spirit of the holidays there is also Christmas Kim.

The demand for the app was so overwhelming that Apple's App Store crashed where the star tweeted, "Apple, I'm so sorry I broke your App Store!!!"

She also sent out another tweet, "Ahhhhhhhh I still can't believe we broke the entire App Store!!!! #KIMOJI"

Privacy Concerns

Users' confidential information is at risk as the new program can collect anything a user types or has typed in the past including credit card details, addresses, etc.

Before users can download the app the program warns, "Full access allows the developer of this keyboard to transmit anything you type, including things you have previously typed with this keyboard. This could include sensitive information like your credit card number or street address."


During the launch of an app were also some complaints where users reported, "I've installed it but it's not even letting me open it."

One instagram commenter said, "It's not WORKING!!!!!! The icons aren't appearing on the keyboard.'"

Kim noted the complaints and said," We worked so hard on this app & we know there are some issues due to the massive downloads that the whole tech team is so working on! My Kimoji app will be up and running again soon! They are also working on fixing the search so u can easily find it!"

Later she added, "Ok! We're back! Everything is fixed! I'm so sorry guys! Thank you for being patient. Get KIMOJI now in the App Store!"

This is not Kim's venture with an app, during the third quarter of 2014, she launched Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game that made USD$43 million.