Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian, pictured here at LACMA 2015 Art+Film Gala Honoring James Turrell and Alejandro G Iñárritu, on Nov. 7, 2015, in Los Angeles, is reportedly being advised not to try to have another biological child, due to the health risks. Getty

Kim Kardashian launched an app in December 2015 called Kimoji, which was believed to have broken the app store on the day it was released. After a few successful weeks, the 35-year-old has taken to Twitter to ask fans what kinds of Kimojis they'd like to see created next.

Thursday afternoon, Kardashian announced she was having a Kimoji meeting. She also teased the idea that there would be "surprises" coming soon. You can see the full tweet below:

The Kimoji app launched on Dec. 21, 2015 and it was believed that there was a such a big rush to purchase the app that it broke the App Store. However, Apple told Tech Insider that "there were absolutely no issues with the App Store" that day.

Images included in the Kimojis are some of her favorite things and parts of Kardashian's body. The Kimojis can be sent in text messages just like regular emojis. Some of the Kimojis currently available in the app can be seen below:

After the launch, her husband Kanye West, tweeted support for the app and referred to Kimojis as "dope." The 38-year-old rapper also included a picture of one of the Kimojis in the tweet, which was based on a selfie Kardashian took in the past.

Kimoji isn't Kardashian's first time releasing an app. In 2014, the star of E!'s "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" released "Kim Kardashian Hollywood." The app was a role-playing game where you complete missions as Kardashian and come across people in her life like Kanye or her sister Khloé Kardashian.