Reviewed: Crazykala 2.0
Design is perhaps one of the most important aspects of anything that requires visual recognition: businesses, websites, blogs, marketing campaigns, and so on and so forth. This is why many groups and individuals who require visual presentation invest in great design, or take the pains to come up with their very own, from the very scratch. If you are looking to go by the former route but want to save some money, however, Gaurab Borah has a new product that you might find appealing. It’s a graphics software called Crazykala 2.0, and it is launching soon.
This brand new software can help you create various graphics, including book covers, business cards, flyers, social media graphics, t-shirt prints, web banners, and a whole lot more in but a few minutes and with a few clicks. It will create the designs you want in a jiffy, and you will have some control over how the graphic output will look like. It is quite easy to use as well, and you will not need experience with any graphic design software to get the hang of this product.
Crazykala 2.0 is launching today, March 27, 2018, at 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. It will go live with the price of $27, which is set to go up to $67 as the launch progresses. We will, of course, update this page with a full review of the software while it is as yet inexpensive, and if you want to check out our review, just bookmark this page and return right after the launch.