Flipora by Infoaxe. New Name. Same Great Product.

Infoaxe recently crossed 7M users! As we continue to keep growing at a breakneck pace, we are constantly thinking about ways to make the product easier and more fun to use. We have some exciting new features lined up for you in the coming months.

One of the big changes we are making is a name change from Infoaxe to Flipora. Infoaxe is the company and Flipora is our ONLY Product. Flipora is of course still the same great Web History Search Engine that you’ve been enjoying all these years.
Both domains will continue to work while we finish the transition. Let us know if you run into any technical issues as a result of this by emailing support@infoaxe.com and we’ll help you.

Why are we making this change?

Very simply, although we are nostalgic about Infoaxe (Info was short for Information and Axe was a play on access and a nod to Stanford where we first begin working on this idea and started the company :)), we felt it was a little confusing to users. We had cases of people misspelling Infoaxe as Infoacts or Infoax and so forth.

We thought long and hard to come up with a simple, yet fun name and settled on Flipora. You can begin signing up for and using the web history search engine from http://www.flipora.com We are also timing this with an exciting new redesign of the site so we hope you like it!


  1. Narayanan K S · ·

    Necessity is the mother of invention; great job and an innovative idea; good wishes to the team; have a humble suggestion and would like to submit here as follows for kind consideration:

    many of us exchange emails to our friends, business / professional contacts daily either on a specific subject or project and is stored under respective email IDs; but if we want to go through the entire details right from first email to recent email on what is transpired between two parties we have to go through all the mails or attach it; instead will it be possible by your team to innovate and offer a feature or product which will capture all the content of emails sorted on specific subject / project and offer it as a document so that referring / reading / printing / archiving / forwarding it will be easy. Dynamic update of emails will be an excellent feature over and above the requested feature.

    Wish all your vision, ambition and endeavour a great success.

  2. nisha prajapati · ·

    tell me how to use this becz i m nt getting any thing i just become a part of it …and my id muskaanprajapati6233@gmail.com

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