About Us



flayvr is a next-generation mobile gallery app that automatically organizes photos and videos from your phone, turning them into magical and interactive collections that are easily shared with others as an HTML5 experience.

We believe the web is flat. While our minds have grown to be able to grasp a few elements at a time, and pay attention to several different screens, the way we consume media hasn’t changed in ages. We always end up with a physical experience of flipping through pages that was somehow transformed to the digital world as-is. There is lots of room for automation and interactivity, for a multi-focus view and there for a real cross-platform experience.
That’s what flayvr is all about. We created flayvr with a vision of changing the way we consume media by creating a new visual media standard across all platforms. We are starting with our own personal experiences through the flayvr app launched on October of 2012, and are enjoying every minute of it :-)

Read more about us on our blog

The Team


Ron Levy, Co-Founder & CEO
Ron has over 14 years of experience in product marketing, product management, and strategy development. He has held roles in multi-national high-tech companies and startups including Retalika, modu, RSA (previously Cyota), and InirU Wireless. Ron also served as a marketing and strategy consultant for various companies including Retalix, Trusteer, KeyView, SafeNet and others. He completed his army service at the 8200 unit. Ron holds an MBA in Global Management from IDC (with excellence) and a B.Sc. from Tel Aviv University in Computer Science and Interdisciplinary Arts (Magna Cum Laude).

Find Ron on: twitter (@ronch), Linkedin

Adi Ashkenazi, Co-Founder & CTO
Adi lives and breathes technology. He has over 10 years of experience in software development, project management and team leadership. Adi was a team leader at fring, and a senior software engineer at modu. Adi served as an officer and software team leader at the 8200 unit where he managed a 10-person team in charge of developing mission-critical systems. He completed his studies towards a B.Sc. in Computer Science & Economics (with excellence) as part of the Program for Outstanding Students at Tel Aviv University.

Find Adi on: Linkedin