Taylor Swift fans should get ready for this.
Glu CEO Nick Earl referred to her app as "a new digital entertainment project", and "a deeply social environment", but a press release didn't give any further details. In addition to access to Taylor, the app will provide opportunities for Swift fans to connect and network with each other, building on Swift's already-strong presence on platforms like Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram. Honestly, it looks a lot like the absolutely bonkers app that actor Jeremy Renner released earlier this year.
There will also be something called Taymojis.
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Swift has become known for personally reaching out to fans in the past. Maybe this is little more than a time-saver for her.
The "Look What You Made Me Do" singer announced The Swift Life in a brief video trailer, outlining the platform's interconnectivity.
"I think you guys are really gonna like this", Swift says, before joking, "I mean, I hope. It would be.it would be preferable if you did".
Whilst there is now no indication on whether this will be a free download or to be purchased, we can say that it is due to be released late 2017!