In case you somehow managed to miss it, the Kardashian-Jenners have absolutely dominated practically every aspect of American pop culture this week. Their App Store onslaught on Monday helped kicked the regime into a revitalized overdrive, effectively infuriating all the certified basics while bringing great joy to others to the catchy tune of $32 million. To cap off a week of winning, Kylie Jenner and Khloé Kardashian decided to put their apps' broadcast feature (and Kylie's reliably turnt Snapchat) to good use:
Dance skills placed firmly aside, the sisters have plenty of reasons to celebrate. In addition to the aforementioned annual haul of $32 million, the apps were reportedly downloaded nearly 1 million times in the first 24 hours alone. Though a brief but potentially detrimental security flaw was discovered in all four apps shortly after launch, the issue was immediately addressed by the development team at Whalerock Industries:
Shortly after launch we were alerted that there was an open Api. It was promptly closed. Our logs indicate that the author of the blog post was able to access only a limited set of names and email addresses. Our logs further indicate no one else had access and that no passwords nor payment data of any kind was exposed. Our highest priority is the security of our customers’ data.
King Kylie, recently adorned with the title of President of the Internet, also took to Instagram to humbly detail the exhausting creative process behind the apps' astronomical success:
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