There is a version running for anyone's use at http://supergrover.herokuapp.com/. This one should run without too many limitations, as by design this is very lightweight. However, it may still have a decreasing performance if too many people use it, so we usually recommend running your own if you'd like something that you can control.
Deploying your own
This assumes you have a Heroku account.
Fork the repo
$ git clone git://github.com/superfeedr/supergrover.git $ cd supergrover
Create the app
$ heroku create --stack cedar
The output of this command should indicate the url of your application. Replace the
baseUrl value in
app.js [line 19] with your application's url.
$ git commit -m "changed the application url" -a
Grab the Superfeedr Addon
$ heroku addons:add superfeedr
$ git push heroku master
Done! Just to to your application's url and follow the instructions to follow more feeds!