Want to Give Us a Shout Out?  We'd Love It!

Thanks for taking an interest in Flipstop®. We take pride in shaping the way Filipinos discover and connect with businesses, and we would love for you to mention us in one of your next stories. Check out our Press Kit below for access to a wide range of images, graphics, logos and icons. Scan through some of the basics we've compiled and see what sparks your next story idea.

First Things First


Download Flipstop® from the APP STORE now to see how it's used through the eyes of our users. Get an inside scoop on the user experience firsthand.  Flipstop is smart, sexy and looks great, and your article will be too!

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We’ve got all the images you need for your story to come to life. We're happy to provide any information you need, and we're here for you every step of the way. Don’t hesitate to CONTACT US today, and thank you so much for your interest!

Logos & Icons


Need logos, icons and other graphics to bedazzle your story? Be sure to swing by our Logos & Icons gallery to select the art files you need.

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Flipstop is a visual mobile application that helps Filipinos easily discover Filipino businesses nearby wherever they may be.  It offers both free and super affordable ways for more businesses to reach more Filipino customers through a modern, user-friendly and beautiful mobile application made just for Filipinos.


Bringing Filipino Marketing Into the Modern Age

We sought to modernize the way Filipino businesses are discovered by and connect with Filipino consumers by creating a simple marketing tool that works on a smart phone -- something that all Filipinos carry with them at all times.  And we sought to democratize the ability of businesses of all types and sizes to be found by new customers on the app by offering either free or super affordable levels of exposure.


How Flipstop Came To Be

Flipstop was founded by Michael Riego, a Filipino-American who grew up in the Midwestern United States longing to connect more with his Filipino culture.  After moving to Los Angeles in 2012, he became eager to discover as many local Filipino businesses as he could and came up with the idea to create a mobile app that would make the endeavor simpler, easier and more fun.