Endloop Studios becomes Endloop Mobile and refocuses on Apps

by Rob Lewis | Technology

Endloop Studios, the award winning app development studio, originally founded by Ken Seto and Garry Seto, relaunched today as Endloop Mobile.

With a renewed focus on mobile application development for Apple's iOS, Android and Windows Mobile 7, Endloop Mobile aims to become Canada's premiere application development agency. And with the recent acquisition of Toronto's Five Mobile by Zynga, Endloop's relaunch timing couldn't be much better. Five Mobile had forty developers working on projects for an impressive client roster that should now be up for grabs.

"We're refocusing our efforts on building Endloop Mobile into a bigger team, a stronger team and one that can take us to where we need to go." says Ken Seto, Chairman of Endloop Mobile and CEO of sister company Massive Damage. "With the new hires, recent press attention and expanded client roster, we're ready to make that leap." Earlier today the Seto Brothers' Massive Damage launched Please Stay Calm, the first location based game from their new studio.

With the relaunch Endloop Mobile also announced the hiring of new CEO Kerry Morrison who has relocated to Toronto from Vancouver.

Alongside service work Endloop Mobile will continue work on it's award winning products, iMockups and Chicken Balls both available now on the iTunes App Store.

Endloop Mobile
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

At Endloop, we're a team of experienced developers and designers committed to creating top notch iPhone applications and games. Our focus is on the user experience first and foremost. We always strive to make our apps as fun, elegant, intuitive and easy to use as possible. more

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Rob Lewis

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Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more

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