Reacher Licenses

Last updated: October 11th, 2023

Reacher has 2 kinds of licenses: Commercial and Open-Source.

1. Commercial License

Use the Commercial License if you want: - to self-host your own verifier, - Bulk email verification, - a white-label version of Reacher.
The commercial license is designed for you to use Reacher in your own commercial products and applications. Your code is kept propietary, closed-sourced, to yourself, and can import Reacher’s code.

Purchasing a Commercial License

Purchasing takes one minute, just head to https://reacher.email/pricing and sign-up for the Commercial License. Once purchased, you’ll receive a commercial license PDF and you will be all set to use Reacher in your commercial application.
With the purchase of a commercial license:
  • You may use Reacher’s source code in your own commercial application or product. For example, you can build your own Reacher clone, bulk email list cleaner, email marketing tool, spam sign-up detection tool, or LinkedIn scraper etc.
  • Each license terminates one month after the purchase. To continue using Reacher under the Commercial License, you need to continue paying for the monthly subscription.
  • Customers and users of your products do not need to purchase their own license — so long as they are not developing their own commercial products with Reacher.
  • You need one license per application/product which uses Reacher.
Read the full License template for exact terms and details. Please note that terms between double-brackets {{...}} in the template are filled in upon purchase of the Commercial License.
For any questions about licensing, contact ✉️ amaury@reacher.email.

2. Open-Source License

Use the Open-Source License if: - your own project is open-source and AGPL-3.0-compliant, - you want to try a free-trial of the Commercial License.
The open source license is designed for you to use Reacher to build open source projects. The reacher open source license is AGPL-3.0, or Affero General Public License, version 3. The AGPL-3.0 has many terms, but the most important is how it is sticky when you distribute your work publicly. From the GPL FAQ:
If you release the modified version to the public in some way, the GPL requires you to make the modified source code available to the program's users, under the GPL.
Releasing your project that uses Reacher in turn, requires your project to be licensed under the AGPL-3.0. If you are okay with this, feel free to use Reacher under the AGPL-3.0, without purchasing a commercial license.
For any questions about licensing, contact ✉️ amaury@reacher.email.