Regator is now Public!

You lucky bloggers have another new blog aggregator open wide to the public today. After going through 35 days of invitation-only Private Beta, Regator is now in Public Beta and you are more than welcomed to check it out.

I took a quick peek at Regator just now and found that it is exactly like what TechCrunch has mentioned it to be. It is a blog aggregator alright but you can also rate stories, audios and videos that have been selected and categorized in advance by Regator.

You can try to add or nominate your blog for inclusion in Regator’s blog directory but there is no guarantee that it will get listed. Regator’s editorial team has some strict inclusion guidelines and they are bent upon keeping their directory free from junk. I guess it’s a good stance for Regator.

Check out the following video to learn more about Regator.

Regator, Public Beta, Blog Aggregator
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