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Move over, Mark Zuckerberg: Taylor Swift is launching her own social network

Move over, Mark Zuckerberg: Taylor Swift is launching her own social network

Whether she's sailing by on a UPS truck or loudly proclaiming herself unable to come to the phone because she's dead, Taylor Swift is increasingly inescapable.

Glu Mobile is the company behind freemium apps such as "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood", and now it has partnered with a new celebrity: Taylor Swift. Most importantly, the app gives Tay ample opportunity to engage in one of her favorite pastimes: sliding into unsuspecting fans' DM's and liking and commenting on their photos. It will also let you listen to music and chat with other fans. While both of those apps were hits, Glu has been struggling after Katy Perry Pop, Britney Spears: American Dream, and Nicki Minaj: The Empire all bombed, according to Seeking Alpha.

And in case you somehow forgot, since she's only released two, deeply mediocre songs (both of which have forced me to replay the first half of Speak Now to remember where she came from), Taylor Swift's Reputation is out in a little less than a month, on November 10.

"We've worked closely with Taylor and her team to bring her creative vision to life", said Nick Earl, President & CEO of Glu Mobile in a statement. "I mean, I hope".

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"The Swift Life" is a new app coming later this year. "It would preferable if you did".

But we can't know for sure until the app's public release later this year.

In the most Kardashian-esque move of all, Swift is also getting her own set of emojis-pardon us, Taymojis.