Regator is a family of products focused on high-quality, editorially-curated online content. Founded in November 2007 and launched publicly in August 2008, Regator launched in Atlanta, Georgia. In February 2015, Regator was sold, and is now located in Layton, UT. Its products include:
Regator.com: Curated by human editors, this popular blog directory features well-written blogs on over 500 topics as well as trends, monitoring, and more.
Regator Lite and Regator Premium for iPhone: These apps provide tools for reading, finding, and sharing quality blog content on the go.
Regator Platform: This API gives developers access to Regator's semantic algorithms, trends data, and automated data-enrichment services.
Regator Breaking News: This service for journalists and bloggers provides the latest breaking stories in real-time.
Regator Widgets: These free widgets allow bloggers to display Regator trends, searches, or posts on their websites.
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