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The Swift Life Is Taylor Swift's Own Social Network
11 October 2017, 09:01 | Kelvin Horton
Taylor Swift Is Launching Her Own Social Media Platform, And It Might Be Coming Sooner Than You Think
In the video, it states that new songs will be added weekly, users will have videos from Taylor, they have the ability to use Swift emojis and much more.
The Swift Life is going into beta testing soon, and aims for widespread release sometime in "late 2017", according to the company. I've got something pretty awesome that we've been working on for a while that I wanted to share with you, ' she says in a trailer, which appeared on her YouTube channel October 11.
Mega pop-star Taylor Swift is about to release her own app - The Swift Life - which promises exclusive content and social-media features to her legions of followers. Direct engagement with Swift might even be possible.
"We've worked closely with Taylor and her team to bring her creative vision to life", said Nick Earl, Glu's President & CEO, in a statement Wednesday. Kim Kardashian should better hold on tight to her crown because Taylor is coming. The two may be enemies engaged in a battle over "receipts", but apparently that hasn't stopped Swift from taking ample inspiration from Kardashian's business playbook. And though her direct interactions with fans have cooled down a bit in a year when she's considerably reduced her public persona, Swift still has a devoted, highly interactive fan-base. The company is creating an app called "The Swift Life" that's designed to be a gathering place for the singer's fans. "I mean, I hope".
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