|Quick Summary Review|
|Popular and Free Newsreader|
|Supports SSL and IPv6|
|Works on any OS|
This free newsreader client is one of our top choices. Binreader supplies the user with everything that they would possibly need in an NZB downloader. It provides security, repairs the downloads if necessary, and even allows the user to stream portions of their download for preview. How many times have you downloaded a video and found out later that it wasn’t what you thought it was?
This client will run on most any OS, Linux, Mac, and Windows, and even has a portable client available for download. They also have plans in the fire for an Android version of the client.
To use the portable version simply extract the file to a USB stick and run it from there. SSL is integrated into the client, and Ipv6 is supported. There are options to control when your downloads are extracted, either during download or afterwords, adding in the repair.
Main Features And Highlights Of Binreader
- Easiest client to use yet.
- Automatic unpacking and repair of files.
- Stream video files to preview them during download.
- Absolutely secure, using SSL and the latest, Ipv6, encryption.
- Runs on every Operating System, including all distros of Linux. (Ubuntu, Debian, and Kubuntu among them.)
- Pauses PAR2 downloads unless needed for repair.
- Media player options to select the media player of your choice.
- Totally free.
We liked the simplicity of this newsreader client a lot. But we really liked the fact that this will work on virtually every OS to date…and then there’s the portable edition. This client has everything a Usenet user could possibly want in a newsreader, the latest security, portability, ease of use…and this one if very easy to use. If you are looking for a newsreader, and on a budget, we would highly recommend that you consider Binreader, for the money, you can’t lose.