George Burns famously said that happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family. In another city.
Whether you agree or disagree, today’s reality is that many loving, caring, close-knit families are living in separate cities, states, countries or continents.
It’s this reality that drove our founder and CEO Mark Palfreeman to create Nixplay - a means for families to stay connected, privately, wherever they may be.
Being a dad of two, with family spread around the world, Mark saw a need, not only in his own family, but in others, too. Far-away grandparents who long for daily news of their grandkids. Newlyweds wanting to share their new lives with families far away. College kids who want the comfort of staying in touch with home.
The memories we capture in our photos and videos are a large part of what make us human. But today’s very public, insecure and sometimes abused social sharing channels can leave these memories exposed in ways they should not be. There’s a better way.
10 years and a million frames later, Nixplay has become the proven means of staying connected with family over distance. Privately. Securely.
What’s kept us in business as the global number-one selling digital photo frame all these years? It’s because we haven’t finished yet. We're obsessive about design and functionality just like we are with security. We invest heavily in customer service. And work harder than anyone we know to deliver you a sharing experience that is simply the best.