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What is Kemento?

Kemento is a way to store your memories, for yourself, your partner and your family. Store more than just a photo or video, include when, where and who you were with.

By Chris Southam

Updated 3 months ago

What does Kemento mean?

Kemento is a made-up word, a cross between key moments and mementos.

By Chris Southam

Updated 3 months ago

Why isn’t Kemento free?

Put simply, Kemento is all about storing your personal (and private) data.If we didn’t charge, Kemento would be unsustainable in the long term or it would have to find alternative ways to fund the service.Most likely that would be similar to other...

By Chris Southam

Updated 3 months ago

Can I cancel easily?

Yes absolutely, and at any time but we really hope you don’t.It's a one click and one confirmation process, and you'll never be charged again.You will still be able to use your account unrestricted for the duration of the period you’ve paid...

By Chris Southam

Updated 3 months ago

Other social networks do this, don’t they?

Yes... and no... but with an important difference.Other networks can store your photos, videos, check-ins, relationships etc but they make no promise to keep this data, either safe or private. Equally, these services are about the ‘here and now’...

By Chris Southam

Updated 3 months ago

Does Kemento have advertising?

No, no and no again. You will never see any advertising within Kemento, and no advertiser will ever see your data. Our dedication is to you, our paying customer.In fact we pride ourselves on being as data-compliant as possible, not because we need...

By Chris Southam

Updated 3 months ago

Where is my data stored?

Everything about Kemento is stored in the cloud and therefore, it’s infinitely scalable, and Kemento has been built to scale and grow with the expected audience.We agonised over where in the world that cloud should be and with recent changes in...

By Chris Southam

Updated 3 months ago