FindNZB Review

findnzb Review
PricingFree, but promotes NZBLord.
Retention750 Days
Support Infoe-mail
 
Quick Summary Review
Expert or beginner, it's simple to use
Integrates perfectly with NZBLord.
It's totally free

FindNZB is a pretty new Usenet search index, but in spite of this they are attempting to take the search indexes by storm. Already they have 750 days of retention searching to boast about, and the site automatically integrates easily with the premium newsreader NZBLord.

If you don’t already have this newsreader, they will give you an additional 10% off if you purchase the client through them. There are plenty of filters to narrow your search down, or alternatively, you can browse through their listed newsgroups. They also have an RSS feed, and according to their site, they have plans to add ever more features, filters, and functions in the near future.

Features And Highlights Of FindNZB

  • Search by: Filename, subject, author name, or author e-mail.
  • Filter by: Newsgroup, age of post, and file size.
  • Browsing newsgroups is easy.
  • Search everywhere or in specific newsgroups.
  • Search up to 750 days of retention.
  • Simple for any user, and totally free.

FindNZB Summary

FindNZB is simple to use. Just type in the subject matter, or whatever you are looking for, set the filters up, then hit the search button. It’s that simple. The engine will bring you the results you wanted to browse. If you don’t have NZBLord, hit the download link and a page will open where you can download the NZB in XML form.

Watch close here though, the page will redirect you if you don’t act fast enough, to the NZBLord download page. If you already have the client, clicking on the file from the search will start the nzb download immediately. FindNZB isn’t a Usenet Provider, so you will need Usenet access, and a newsreader.