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Open NZB files from Mobile Safari and other apps and download files to your iOS device. Features: - Extract rar files - View files with iOS Quick Look / "Open in..." - Music player - Listen to music library while downloading - Copy downloads to a computer using iTunes File Sharing Notes: - Requires a Usenet account - No support for par2 parity files for repair
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Well worth the cost. There's no other app that can handle nzb files like this. Great interface too. Requests: please add an extension to allow user to choose this app to send to. Also please consider adding background mode and push notifications to let user know when file download and uncompressed is complete. Finally please update interface for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Great app, thanks!!
The only app I've found that actually downloads the contents for an nzb and extracts it. Once downloaded, contents can opened or copied to other apps easily. The developer's par2 app is a nice accompaniment (and should honestly just be included considering it's free). I've extracted rar and zip successfully. *.z0... do not work however.
I was hesitant at first, but it worked like a charm and was able to extract no problem. Took a little time to figure out but got it working with no problems. Would be cool to have it updated a bit since I paid that nice price!
While the app seems great, four support requests later I have yet to find out how to actually extract a downloaded file successfully. Kind of a shame that a powerful and unique app like this is crippled by something as mundane as not getting a response from the tech support email address. C'mon!
No frills Usenet binary downloader with a really weird music player anti-feature. You are forced to listen to a sound file while you download. The sound file has nothing to do with your download. It's so weird. The author just assumed (wrongly) that everyone would want a song to play while a download occurs. Starting a download starts the song playing. There is no way to turn it off other than to lower the volume.
Developed by Albert Wong.
NZB for iOS is ranking in Utilities
Last update was at Jun 11, 2021and the current version is 2.0.1.
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NZB for iOS have a 20a user reviews.