Kevin Hart Just Broke the Internet

Kevin Hart Just Broke the Internet

KevMoji launched in the Apple app store Tuesday and shot to the No. 1 spot in its first five hours of release.

The app allows his fans to use real faces of the comedian in addition to real video GIFs instead of basic animations.

“When we decided to make KevMoji, all I knew is that we had to do something no one else was doing,” he said of the new business venture. “So, here we are, literally changing the face of message by creating a real experience through emojis and stickers, rather than in animation. With the launch of iOS 10, my production team, HartBeat Digital along with Snaps, is revolutionizing the kind of content I’m about to share with my fans.”

That’s not all. Kevin’s HartBeat Digital company is also partnering with Lionsgate to launch the new OTT VOD service Laugh Out Loud.

The comedian’s empire just keeps growing.


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