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- Though celebrity lifestyles may seem light years removed from those of everyday people, one area in which they are just like us is their app use.
- While Instagram and Snapchat are well established among Gen Z-ers, celebrities’ taste in apps go beyond the expected social networking sites.
- Whether for work, play, or personal venting, celebrities enjoy using apps just like fans.
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Besides the massive followings, over-the-top professionally done photos, and jet-set lifestyles, celebrities are just like us when it comes to their social media habits. They love to post and share about the people, places, and things they love.
Though Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat are obvious choices for the list, some celebrities have some unexpected favorites to use as creative outlets, to build their brand, or just for fun.
Here are some of the apps that your favorite celebrities can’t get enough of.
Face Swap allows Sia to live up to her faceless, public image all while promoting her albums.
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In 2016, Sia took to social media to call on fans to download Face Swap and switch their faces with the model portraying her on the cover of her new album while using the hashtag #IAmThisIsActing. The magic of Face Swap led to social media promotion for her seventh studio album, "This Is Acting," which, according to Complex, sold 81,000 copies in the first week.
Perfect365 has helped craft some of the iconic Kardashian-Jenner selfies we all know and have seen on our Instagram Explore pages.
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Kim Kardashian’s preferred selfie-editing app, Perfect365, is an augmented-reality beauty platform. According to Seventeen, Kim and the Kardashian-Jenner clan use the app to touch up their photos and give themselves the perfect glow. Think glossier lips, deeper tan lines, and makeup and hairstyles straight from the runway.
After a yearslong back-and-forth between Taylor Swift and Apple Music, the app and singer have since reconciled and entered a lucrative dynamic.
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After a brief chapter of bad blood between music megastar Taylor Swift and streaming service Apple Music, Swift is currently using the app to connect with fans in a whole new way. She is asking fans to create their own playlists that she can view with the hashtag #PlaylistbyME.
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