Today’s Usenet users do not want to wait long to download article sets after they have been posted to newsgroups. This is why download automation has become a popular and important feature for many Usenet users. There are many NZB downloader clients out there to satisfy even the most avid Usenet user, but there is only one that stands out of the pack due to its ease of use, features and efficiency, and it’s NZBVortex.
NZBVortex is a lightweight, feature rich, batch NZB downloader for Mac OSX. For those who enjoy simplicity and power, NZBVortex is a very attractive option. NZBVortex allows users to automate NZB downloads with its built-in RSS feed reader; queue up and download a set of NZBs stored locally and detect password protected archives on the spot.
Benefits and Features include:
- Very efficient: low CPU, memory and disk IO usage compared to the competitors
- Smart junk detection (fake and junk downloads)
- Minimizes download size by skipping as many files as possible
- Downloads par2 files only if required and does par2 check only if required
- RSS Feed integration – automatically add your favorite NZBs
- Deep Search integration with multiple search engines
- A Mac native interface and also a web interface to control by remote
- Much more like: scheduler, speed limiter, sleep when done, etc.
New in 3.0:
NZBVortex Cloud: Clients work together by sharing download information between clients.
Some examples are:
- Download results
- Download titles
- Passworded files without a password (Will pause the download)
- Junk status