A start-up company based in Waterloo, Ontario, Enflick was started in the fall of 2009 when their first mobile app, TextNow, went viral.
Co-Founders Jon Lerner and Derek Ting are both computer engineering graduates from the University of Waterloo. Both Ting and Lerner remain dedicated to the company with a hands on approach to working with the team.
Currently, PingChat! and TextNow are the company's core products with millions of users worldwide. In March of 2011, TextNow sent its billionth message.
TextNow provides fast and reliable text messaging--for free. PingChat! is an innovative cross-platform instant messaging platform that is designed specifically for smartphones, but can be used on the iPod Touch as well.
The Enflick team strives to design user-friendly products and keeps consumers in mind with every decision.
- Mobile, Startup
News on Enflick
Waterloo's Enflick, the company that developed TextNow, an app that provides free phone service over wifi used by 20 million users worldwide, today expanded its phone offerings with a new TextNow... more
Enflick, the company behind TextNow, an Android app that provides free phone service over wifi, has now launched a full mobile phone service. Running on top of its existing IP-based SMS and... more
Achievers has announced their 50 Most Engaged Workplaces Awards and a handful of Canadian tech companies were included on the prestigious list. The purpose of the awards is to inspire enhancements... more
The 2011 Digi Awards were handed out tonight in Toronto across 17 digital media categories, from best in mobile and gaming to web series and technologies. The Digi Awards winners provide a... more
Earlier today Waterloo's Enflick unvelied their newest product Touch - the industry's first mobile-centric interpersonal connectivity platform designed to support users' closest personal... more
Waterloo startup Enflick, the creator of TextNow, a free picture and text messaging application, and PingChat, a free cross-platform instant messaging application, today announced that they have... more