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Industry Software
Founded 2009 (2009)
Founder Samuel Clay
Headquarters New York City and San Francisco, United States

NewsBlur is an American software company based in New York City and San Francisco.[1] It runs an online RSS news reader service accessible both online and via a free open-source mobile app for offline reading.[2] Furthermore, the software powering Newsblur is available and is published in an open-source application, licensed under the MIT License.[3] Limited access to the service is free for up to 64 sites; unlimited access is available for an annual subscription fee.

The company was founded in 2009 by Samuel Clay.[4] In March 2013, following an announcement by Google that they would be shutting down their popular Google Reader news reader service, NewsBlur's subscriber base immediately rose from about 1,500 users to over 60,000.[5][6]

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