|Founded||Mountain View, California|
(June 1, 2013 )
Relcy was an American corporation specializing in mobile search. It was a stealth mode[clarification needed] company funded by Sequoia Capital and Khosla Ventures. Relcy was founded by Rohit Satapathy and Nitin Gupta in mid-2013, notably with funding obtained by a cold tweet to Keith Rabois of Khosla Ventures.
In February 2016, Relcy added a messaging system to its mobile search engine and announced the launch of an Android app.
In June 2016, Relcy announced they were shutting down.
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