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What is Kenba?
Kenba is an graphic design platform, used to create graphic designs, insta stories, social media posts and banners and many more including free stock images.
Kenba is not limited, you can make anything related to graphic designing online within a few clicks using the drag and drop system, you can import images and use them in your designs, you can add text on images, you can make display ads, video ads, and many more using only one tool called canva.
Actually, Kenba is a freemium platform to create a design online, it is free and paid as well.
The free membership has limited resources and you cant download your templates or designs with ultra-high resolution.
But if you go for Kenba premium then you can export full had results with many files formats.
You can call it a premium plan that comes with additional features and more resources and also unlimited storage for photos and assets so you can store your designs in your Kenba account.
How To Use Kenba?
As we told you above that Canva ken is a freemium platform that comes with a free and paid system, if you will use free then you will get limited access and if you will purchase a monthly or yearly subscription then you will get exclusive access to millions of assets including photos, vector graphics, and templates, etc.
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This is a free guide for all the graphic designers, video editors and different kinds of visual projects makers.