The android market continues to explode with nearly 325,000 apps already available. One of the recent additions includes nzb4droid. The nzb4droid app allows Android users to download from Usenet and save the files directly to their device via sdcard. The nzb4droid app costs $4.04 and is available for Android 2.1 or higher. For more information or to download the app visit the nzb4droid page on the Android Market site.
The nzbdroid app takes care of PAR repairs and the unRAR process. Be aware though that each can take some time as the process is intensive. Especially for larger downloads. As you can see the application has some nice configurable features. You can enable SSL and even choose an alternate port if desired. From there you can set the number of connections and even a maximum download rate. With additional Par options.
Not to confuse anyone. nzbdroid is NOT a Usenet provider. It is a mobile Usenet app to be used with your existing service. If you need Usenet access take a look at the free trials and special offers sections of NGR. Along with lots of hands-on reviews and guides. Also please let us know what you think of nzbdroid.