SABMobile SABnzbd App for iPhone, iPad, Android

SABnzbd being an open source project definitely has it’s benefits.  As third party developers have created some really cool apps including Sick Beard (PVR), nzbdStatus (Firefox), SABConnect++ (Chrome) and many more.  Recently we’ve enjoyed testing several mobile Usenet apps.  Our favorite so far is EZ Global Search, a third-party iPhone / iPad app for Easynews.  Next on our list is SABMobile, an add-on for SABnzbd+.  With SABMobile you can remotely control SABnzbd from iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android and Nokia devices.

SABMobile version 1.8.2 was added to both the iTunes App Store and Android Market last month.  The iPhone / iPad version is $2.99 and Android version is priced at $2.84.  Here are the links to each version:

iTunes App for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch:

Android Market:

Nokia OVI Store:

SABMobile is available in 11 languages including English, French, German, Italian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Dutch, Spanish, Russian and Finish.

Here is a list of features in SABMobile:

  • Handles configuration for several SABnzbd+
  • Handles several configurations per server (local, https, SSH, …)
  • Works with SABnzbd version 0.5.x or greater
  • Connects through HTTP, HTTPS (SSL) or HTTP over SSH
  • Works over WIFI, EDGE and 3G
  • Lists downloads on your server
  • Can pause/resume/remove downloads
  • Displays download rates, downloaded size, progress, etc…
  • Can change category of a downloading task
  • Supports autorefresh (can be disabled if connected in 3G, to reduce internet trafic)
  • Can add direct link downloads (if copied from somewhere else)
  • Can specify the category when adding a download
  • Provides a web view to directly add files to download while browsing
  • Manages cookies (for authentification websites)
  • Supports RSS feeds
  • List new files to be downloaded in RSS feeds (1 click download)
  • Can search for any file through configurable searchers
  • Supports private searchers (see website)
  • Includes, NZBMatrix, MysterBin and NewzBin search engines pre-configured
  • Can shutdown/restart server from the settings !
  • Sober but efficient look and feel

SABMobile users are raving about the app.  With an average rating of 4.5 stars in both the iTunes App Store and Android Market.  We are currently testing SABMobile on iPad and have enjoyed the app.  We’ll also test it on Android and let you know how it goes.  Try it for yourself and let us know what you think – @NewsgroupRevs

SABnzbd 0.6.0 Beta 2 Download Released

Last week SABnzbd released their new SABnzbd+ 0.6.0 beta 2 download.  We’ve since had a chance to test out the new version of the web-based Usenet client and will share our impressions in a moment.  The SABnzbd 0.6.0 release is packed with cool new features and a number of enhancements you’re sure to enjoy. You can download the Windows, Mac or Linux version free from SourceForge

We would also like to take this opportunity to once again congratulate the SABnzbd team on surpassing two million downloads in their first three years.  They are now over 2.25 million downloads and growing fast.  Showing just how popular the free cross-platform Usenet browser is with newsgroup enthusiasts.

The first thing you’ll notice when firing up the new SABnzbd 0.6.0 is the redesign of the Plush skin.  Plush is now the default and includes new features only available via the Plush skin.  While the Classic and Smpl skins are still available they will likely be phased out so we suggest you move over to Plush and enjoy the new features.

SABnzbd 0.6.0 shows just how much you’ve downloaded in a given period of time.  Showing download stats for the day, week and month. You can also track daily, weekly and monthly downloads per news server as shown below.  A great resource for those who use multiple Usenet providers or have metered / block accounts.

The server config area is very useful.  Especially for those who have multiple Usenet accounts.  Here you can see the daily, weekly and monthly downloads to the left.  Along with options to set news servers as a backup server (also known as slave server) or as optional.  Meaning use can rely on a $10 unlimited Usenet account for most downloads and a secondary block account for insurance.

There are a number of other new features and enhancement in the new SABnzbd 0.6.0 beta release.  Here is a complete list from their “Introducing SABnzbd 0.6.0” blog post.


Redesign of the queue:

  • The “cache” folder is not used any more. All temporary data is stored in the “temporary download folder”.
  • This prevents cache leaks and an oversized cache folder
  • When you delete a job from the queue or a failed one from History, you will be asked if the downloaded files must be deleted (only Plush!).
  • Failed jobs remain in the “temporary download folder” folder
  • Failed jobs can be retried from the History, optionally with an additional NZB file
  • The queue can be repaired and (when needed) reconstructed
  • Orphaned jobs can be re-added to the queue (“Status” page)
  • Note: repairs are only possible for new jobs, not those inherited from an existing 0.5.x queue!

Full Windows Service support

You can install SABnzbd as a true Windows Service, making it independent of who is logged in.
See: SABnzbd as a Windows Service
The Windows installer will not install the service, first try to run it normally.

Redesign of the Plush skin

Plush is now our preferred UI skin as it offers the best usability.
Note its new “multi-operations” feature allowing changes to multiple jobs at once.

Classic and smpl are now only offered as alternatives with reduced features
and they will probably be dropped in the future.
The Mobile skin stays as a basic UI for mobile devices, but third-party mobile apps may give a better experience.

Duplicate handling

When a duplicate NZB is detected (option), it will not be refused any more.
Instead it will be in the queue in paused state and marked “DUPLICATE”.
You can choose to remove the file or resume it.
After resuming, it will no longer be marked as a duplicate (after the next page refresh).

Pre-queue user script

Do your own filtering and name, category, script etc. manipulation.
See: User’s pre-queue script

Optional email when RSS sends jobs to the queue

SABnzbd can send email about the jobs it entered in the queue.
This allows to to check the queue if you see doubtful content in the email.
You can combine this with the “paused” priority for RSS.

“Paused” priority for RSS feeds

You can set priority to “paused” for each RSS feed or individual filter.
The effect is that the selected NZBs enter the queue as individually paused jobs,
allowing you to review before actual downloading.

Redesign of the Config-RSS pages

You’ll first see a table of feeds. Clicking one will give you a single feed overview.
You’ll always see the current situation of the feed.
When you change the filters, you’ll see the new results immediately.
The “Read Feed” button is only needed when you want to force a new feed read out.
There’s also the special priority “paused”, which you can use to enter jobs into the queue in
a paused state, so that you can review them before downloading.

Downloaded byte counters per server

Counting is done per server and totals are kept for “today”, “this week”, “this month” and “total”.
It’s no longer influenced by deleting info from the history.

Default category

There is now a default category.
This replaces the separate default settings for PP, script and priority in Config->Switches.
In addition you can have a separate folder for the default category.

Sever retention time

You can now set a maximum retention time per server.
If a post is too old to be found on that server, SABnzbd won’t even try.
Remember that retention times are not absolute.
Don’t set a retention time when you have only one server and not for your best backup server.
It is typically used when you have a cheap server with low retention time and
a more expensive server with a long retention time as backup.
In that case, set a retention time for the cheap server to prevent delays.
The shorter you set the retention time, the more the expensive server will be used.

Handling of unmounted volumes

When SABnzbd detects that the OSX or Linux volume needed for the “final” folder isn’t mounted,
a finished job will enter History as failed, with the files still in the “temporary download folder”.
After remounting the volume, you can just click the “retry” button in History.
The same behaviour occurs for any “final” location that cannot be created.

Extended password support

When SABnzbd encounters an encrypted RAR file, it will pause the job (option).
You can choose to resume the download.
Previous versions already supported embedding the password in the job name (name/password),
now you can also have a text file containing all passwords to be tried.

Extended API

The API is now complete, covering every aspect of SABnzbd’s features.

No more Python 2.4 support

This bad news will only concern people using some specific Linux and embedded distributions.
Keeping Python 2.4 support is becoming too much effort for the team.
2.4 lacks features that we want to use and we stopped doing testing with 2.4.
Python 2.5 has been available for four years now, it’s high time for Linux distros like RedHat to upgrade!
BTW: Python 2.5.x, 2.6.x and 2.7.x are all supported, but not Python 3.x.y.

Already in 0.5.6

  • Multi-language UI: English, French, Dutch, German, Norse, Danish and Swedish
  • Start-up Wizard to get you going fast
  • QuickCheck : on-the-fly par2 check. When a download is correct, the normal par2 check is skipped
  • Configuration changes take immediate effect (except skins and some system folders)
  • Job priorities, individual job pausing, job renaming
  • Flexible server setup (scheduled on/off, optional servers)
  • The Plush and Smpl skins have been improved and are a lot faster than before and they have paging
  • New “Mobile” skin (replaces iPhone-skin)
  • RSS supports more sites and has generally improved
  • For Windows distribution: 64-bit par2 and unrar are used on 64-bit Vista/Win7/Server2008
  • Support for password protected rar-files
  • Expanded TV/Movie sorting
  • Improved OSX integration
  • HTTPS support for the Web-UI
  • Email templates to design your own emails (including multiple recipients)
  • Extensive API for utility developers
  • History will survive a full queue/admin clean and future upgrades
  • Windows: optional association of NZB files with SABnzbd (double-click support)

SABnzbd 0.5.5 and 0.5.6 Binary Newsreader Releases

Not only has SABnzbd binary newsreader been downloaded nearly 2 million times.  The open-source Usenet client is still in development with new features and add-ons coming out on a regular basis.  Back in August we talked about the 0.5.4 release.  Now SABnzbd has released two more versions in November – 0.5.5 and 0.5.6.

Here are the release notes for SABnzbd 0.5.5:

– Use’s new V1.1 api.
– Add Norwegian translation
– When par2 complains about bad options, report to user.
– Add INI-only option “api_warnings” to enable/disable warnings about unauthenticated access to the API.

– Improve handling of colon chars in filenames for Windows and OSX, to compensate for odd behaviour of par2.
– NZBs would be left behind, despite “.nzb” being in the cleanup-list
– When only individually paused jobs are in the queue, unpausing them would not always resume downloading
– NZB-chaining should ignore the duplicate NZB check and fix cleanup of “complete” folder after NZB-chaining.
(Chaining is the automatic re-queueing of downloads containing only NZBs)
– Plush did not save end-of-queue action.
– Zipped NZB files from URLs were not accepted.
– OSX: The end-of-queue action “Hibernate” shut down the system.
– Sanitize nzbname parameter coming from API calls (led to problems with some third-party utilities)

Along with the release notes for SABnzbd 0.5.6:

– Prevent blocking of RSS preview by automatic RSS read-out
– Windows binary had issues with sending non-English emails
– Explicit RSS filter attributes (category, script, pp) could influence each other within a feed definition

If you haven’t had a chance to try SABnzbd yet then definitely check it out.  The free Usenet client is web-based and available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.  Download SABnzbd 0.5.6 and let us know what you think.  Read our SABnzbd 0.5 review to learn more about the Usenet browser.

UseNetNow Black Friday and 2010 Holiday Specials

November 24, 2011 update:  See our UseNetNow / BlockNews / Frugal Usenet Black Friday Deals post for the latest updates including their upcoming 2011 Black Friday specials.


Our friends over at UseNetNow and Blocknews are planning another Black Friday celebration this year.  Followed by a holiday special to run through the end of the year.  Here’s the scoop for this year’s UseNetNow / Blocknews newsgroup deals.  Stay tuned to our Black Friday Usenet Specials page for the latest deals.

UseNetNow Black Friday Special:

Starting at midnight EST on Black Friday (November 26th) UseNetNow will offer unlimited Usenet access for $8.99 a month to the first 150 customers to sign up.

UseNetNow Holiday Special:

Beginning at 11:00 EST Black Friday (November 26th) they will start offering a holiday special – 6 months of unlimited Usenet access for $48.  Similar to the UNS and Astraweb annual offers but you only have to prepay for six months rather than twelve.  This offer will be valid through the end of the year.

Blocknews Black Friday / Holiday Special:

UseNetNow’s partner site – Blocknews is going to offer a special of their own.  Starting at midnight EST on Black Friday (November 26th) they will offer 100 GB block Usenet accounts for $10.99 as opposed to the normal $14.69 price.  This special is set to run through the end of the year.

It appears both specials will be available from the UseNetNow and Blocknews homepages but just in case here is the URL to their holiday special page:

Read our UseNetNow review to learn more about the service.  If you don’t want to wait until Black Friday or miss out on the $8.99 special UseNetNow has been kind enough to offer NGR visitors unlimited Usenet for $10.39 a month.

SABnzbd 0.5.4 Final Release

On August 24th SABnzbd version 0.5.4 final was released.  The web-based newsreader is open source and can be downloaded for free at  If you enjoy the Usenet client please consider donating to the project either monetarily or by providing feedback for bug fixes or technical support.

Here are the SABnzbd 0.5.4 release notes directly from their forum post:

– Compensate for IPV6 issues of Chrome on OSX
– Changes in dirscan-speed are now immediately effective
– Reduce amount of logging
– Make sure access to sabnzbd.ini is blocked for group and world (Unix, OSX).
– On Windows, detect whether sqlite3.dll is missing. If so, panic and complain about lame virus scanner.
– Add hidden option “queue_complete_pers” to select non-persistence of  non-script end-of-queue actions.
– Add hidden option “allow_64bit_tools” to allow or prevent use of 64bit par2 and unrar.

Bug fixes
– Support unpacking of rar-files embedded in zip-files
– Restrict square bracket substitution to server names

Download SABnzbd 0.5.4 at

Take a look at our SABnzbd 0.5.0 post to learn more about the newsreader.

Favorite Usenet Provider, Newsreader, Search Engine

A month ago we launched a few polls so visitors could vote for their favorite Usenet provider, newsreader and Usenet search engine.  The Usenet provider and newsreader polls were very close with no clear winner.  Nzbmatrix won big in the Usenet search poll.  Here is a breakdown of the most popular in each category.

Favorite Usenet Provider Poll Results:
Astraweb received 28% of the votes
Giganews received 24% of the votes
NewsDemon received 23% of the votes

Favorite Newsreader Poll Results:
Newsleecher received 17% of the votes
Alt.Binz received 17% of the votes
SABnzbd received 14% of the votes
GrabIt received 13% of the votes
Forte Agent received 12% of the votes
NewsBin Pro received 10% of the votes

Favorite Usenet Search Poll Results:
Nzbmatrix received 37% of the votes
Binsearch received 11% of the votes
Newzbin received 9% of the votes
Newzleech received 9% of the votes

Congratulations to the winners.  If your favorite service, software or search site missed the cut this time around stay tuned as we’ll be bringing more polls and interactive features to NewsgroupReviews in the near future.

SABnzbd 0.5.2 Final Release : Download Available Now

On May 2nd SABnzbd version 0.5.2 final was released.  The web-based newsreader is open source and can be downloaded for free at  If you enjoy the Usenet client please consider donating to the project either monetarily or by providing feedback for bug fixes or technical support.

Here are the SABnzbd 0.5.2 release notes directly from their forum post:

– Add total-size fields to API-call History.
– Auto-search for free port when specified port is occupied
– Improve reporting of newzbin errors
– Keep trying when receiving garbage from
– Remember end-of-queue action for next end-of-queue

Bug fixes:
– Large queue caused very slow UI and high memory usage
– Some very large rar sets failed to unpack
– garbled emails were sent
– Python user scripts now run properly on OSX
– SeasonSort could produce trailing spaces in paths, which fail on Windows
– Unpacking errors not properly reported to user script
– API: &nzbname= was ignored for some sites
– API: Server rename did not work properly
– Some updates to Danish texts

Already solved in 0.5.1 (never reached “Final”)

– TV Season sort now has “affected categories” too.
– When detecting an unsupported unrar on Posix systems, drop unsupported features
(This may lead to files being lost when duplicate names exist.)
– When using only manual newzbin bookmark reading, allow automatic un-bookmarking
– Duplicate title checking in RSS is now done across all feeds
– Accept comma-separated list of recipients for email notifications
– Allow manual retry of URL-based NZB fetches when a bad NZB is received
– Add INI-file option “size_limit” that sets any oversized job to paused and low priority.
– Added French translation of email template
– Added Danish translation

Bug fixes:
– Fixed problems that could lead to an infinite unpacking loop
(when using a “sick” NZB and using +U instead of +D postprocessing)
– Fixed issues with accented characters in NZB names when using RSS
– Fixed issues with accented characters in category folder names when using RSS
– Plush: fix nzo range selection when clicking checkboxes
– Sorting examples were sometimes wrong
– Sorting couldn’t handle some pattern combinations
– Fixed priority handling for RSS feeds and newzbin bookmarks
– Fixed crash occuring when user profile contains characters outside ISO-8859-1
– Allow nzb-backup folder field to be cleared
– Fixed several translation errors and omissions
– Keep Windows awake during post-processing of last job (while queue is already empty)

Download location on

Take a look at our SABnzbd 0.5.0 post to learn more about the newsreader.

SABnzbd 0.5.0 Final Release : Download Available Now

Earlier this week SABnzbd version 0.5.0 final was released.  Since the web-based newsreader is open source you can download it free from  If you enjoy the Usenet client please consider donating to the project either monetarily or by providing feedback for bug fixes or technical support.

Let’s take a look at some of the cool features SABnzbd 0.5.0 has to offer:

1. Cross Platform Support (Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix, BSD)

SABnzbd cross platform support
As the image notes SABnzbd runs anywhere.  SABnzbd is written in Python and supports Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix and BSD environments.  Better yet since SABnzbd runs in a web browser you can check in on your queue from anywhere.

2. Language Support (English, French, German, Swedish, Dutch)

SABnzbd supported languages
The new SABnzbd 0.5.0 release supports multiple languages out of the box.  These languages include English, French, German, Swedish and Dutch.

3. Customizable Themes

SABnzbd customizable themes
Themes for SABnzbd let you change the look and feel of the reader.  Since it is all browser based adding a new skin to your PC or mobile device can make a big difference to usability.  Themes include the default “SMPL”, Plush and a cool new Mobile skin which replaces the old iPhone template.

4. Third Party Applications

SABnzbd third party add-ons

A major advantage to SABnzbd being open source is the ability to develop and use third party add-ons and applications like nzbStatus (Firefox), SABConnect (Chrome) and myNZB (iPhone).

Note: all the images above were sourced directly from the new SABnzbd homepage.  They do such a great job of explaining the advantages of the client we couldn’t see recreating the wheel.

If you haven’t tried SABnzbd yet then go for it!  Once you get comfortable with the web UI the reader is very easy to use.  If your looking for an easy way to download, repair and extract binaries then SABnzbd is a great choice.  Add in the ability to check your queue from anywhere,  support for virtually any platform including mobile, customizable themes and some very cool third party applications and you get the new SABnzbd.

Latest Usenet Newsreader Updates : February 2010

While we spend a lot of time covering Usenet providers the newsreader vendors have been quite busy as well.  Let’s take a look at some of the major updates and version changes over the last few months.

Visit our newsreader section to compare and contrast all the newsgroup clients.  Then head over to the downloads page to grab the latest version of your favorite Usenet reader.

Newsreader: SABnzbd+
Latest version: 0.5.0 RC6
Release date: Feb. 7, 2010
Operating system support – Windows, Mac, Unix
Helpful links:  Free download, SABnzbd+ 0.5.0 Quick-start, Release notes

Newsreader: Unison
Latest version: 2.0.4
Release date: Feb. 2, 2010
Operating system support – Mac OS X 10.5+
Helpful links: Demo download, Unison setup guide, Unison 2 features

Newsreader: News Rover
Latest version: 15
Release date: Sept. 8, 2009
Operating system support – Windows
Helpful links:  Trial download, News Rover setup guide, News Rover 15 features

Newsreader: BinTube
Latest version:
Release date: Feb. 12, 2010
Operating system support: Windows
Helpful links:  Free download, BinTube setup guide, BinTube review

Newsreader: Forte Agent
Latest version: 6.0
Release date: Nov. 21, 2009
Operating system support – Windows
Helpful links:  Trial download, Forte Agent setup guide, Agent version 6 info

Newsreader: Thunderbird
Latest version:
Release date: Aug. 20, 2009
Operating system support – Windows, Mac, Unix
Helpful links:  Free download, Thunderbird setup guide, Thunderbird newsreader info

New to Usenet?  Take a look at our newsreader tutorial to learn more about how Usenet clients work and tips for choosing the right software for your needs.

SABnzbd+ 0.5.0 Newsreader Beta Released

SABnzbd+ 0.5.0 newsgroup reader is now in public beta.  We had the opportunity to try it out a couple months ago and were impressed with the new enhancements and improved skins.  For those not already familiar with SABnzbd+ the free Usenet client is open-source, web-based,  cross-platform with support for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux.

Whether you already use SABnzbd or not the beta is definitely worth downloading.  Drop by our SABnzbd+ 0.5.0 preview page to learn more about the new features and screen shots of the new quick start features.  To learn more about the beta visit or download the 0.5.0 beta from Source


Here are the extended release notes from the SABnzbd wiki:

Core Upgrades

  • New Quick-Start Wizard – If you don’t have any servers set you’ll get a neat little five-page wizard allowing you to change all the config settings you really need to worry about. Stuff like “How should SABnzbd be accessible? Remotely or locally?” and “What’s your server address”, in a step by step manner. Features a button on the server page to test the connection to the news server, to make sure you have entered your details correctly.
  • HTTPS Support – The Web-UI now supports HTTPS and has a standard login window (if you use a login/pass). The URL no longer requires the /sabnzbd/ part, though the old URL is still supported.
  • File Quick-Check – We can now skip par2 verification altogether in some cases by performing a quick-check of file hashes before post-processing. If quick-check passes, then all the files are complete and we can proceed without doing the lengthy par2 verification step.
  • Localization System – We now ship with five localizations, English, French, Dutch, German and Swedish, and have a rather simple system for implementing new translations. If you’d like to contribute one, please inquire on our forums.
  • More Indexing Sites – SABnzbd now supports more than just Newzbin. See the support list for full details. Highlights include the RSS feeds for NZBMatrix and
  • Revamped Config System – The configuration backend was overhauled in 0.5. Many of the config pages have been changed around to make more sense, you can now easily enable/disable servers, you can turn servers on and off with schedules and in general all server interaction is much faster than before. You also only have to restart SABnzbd for major changes to take effect.
  • File Association – .nzb files can now be associated with SABnzbd in Windows, so you can just double click them to load the file into your queue. You can set this up manually on other operating systems by launching SABnzbd with arguments containing a path, or multiple paths to local nzb/rar/zip files.
  • Password Support – Basic support for password protected rar-files is now in. It’s limited, but it works.
  • .TS filejoining – The file joining system now supports merging .TS files.
  • New Sorting Options – Date and Custom sorting options have been added, so downloads with a date can be sorted as such, and further customized sorting options can be developed by users.
  • Email Templates – You can now design custom email templates to report whatever information you want, including multiple recipients.
  • OSX Status Icon – SABnzbd now embeds itself in the menubar to give you some basic functions (no more Dock icon).
  • OSX Growl Notifications – SABnzbd now display Growl notifications (e.g. pause, resume, downloads start and finish…).


  • 0.4 introduced our API, 0.5 expands it to cover everything SABnzbd is capable of. Why does this matter? It means if you know any programming language and understand how to parse XML/JSON and POST data to an address, then you can write some application which can communicate with SABnzbd almost as easily as a template can.

The Queue & History

  • Per-Item Pause – Now, in addition to being able to pause the whole queue, you can also pause individual items in the queue. You can also force downloads to start while the whole queue is paused.
  • Temporary Pause – 0.5 also brings the ability to pause the queue temporarily. So if you just want to pause for 30 minutes while you use your internet connection for something else, you can. This is nice, as it means you don’t have to remember to go back and unpause SABnzbd.
  • Priorities – The queue now has four priorities, Normal, High, Low and force. Think of this as an easy method to move things around your queue, or to insert things into specific areas of your queue. One use case is to set everything to “normal” by default, so it works like 0.4.x. However, you can then add a new post or RSS feed as high-priority to have it be inserted to the top of the queue, or add one as low-priority to have it inserted at the bottom of the queue and keep below normal downloads that are added. Forced items will go straight to the top of the queue, and will continue to download even if the queue is paused.
  • Renaming – You can now rename items in the Queue, SABnzbd will use the new name as the completed directory name.
  • New History Backend – The history is now stored in a database, so we can handle larger histories better, and store more information about downloads. It also now survives between having the queue cleared.


  • New Default Template – With 0.5, the “smpl” template is now the default. The old basic template is still there, but is now called “Classic”.
  • SMPL – Has been reworked to be much faster and friendlier to use. The default page now shows the top 5 items from the queue and history. The queue and history are also now paginated to stop loading a massive number of items.
  • Plush – Complete backend rewrite to work almost exclusively off the API [so it’s MUCH faster], and a reorganized (and more accessible!) main menu. The Queue and History also now have pagination built in, so you can have hundreds of items in both, and only ever have to deal with a manageable number of items on any given page.
  • Mobile – Thanks to the new API and the jQTouch Framework, we’ve got a brand new mobile theme. It’s full featured (save for config options), and gives you the ability to add new nzbs, reorder existing ones, manage the queue, etc. “Mobile” replaces the old “iPhone” template.