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App sabHub for WP7
This application created by XDA mamber bean_ian is based on a binary news grabber app called SABnzbd, which simplifies the process of downloading from Usenet. sabHub features on a nice Windows Phone 7 UI stuff like view queue and history, add NZB via Newzbin ID, and delete Individual Download amongst many other features.
There are free and paid versions but the only difference is that the free version contains a small add.
Available for download on Market.
Originally posted by bean_ian
sabHub has just gone live in the marketplace! As the name suggests it is a client that will interface with your sabnzbd+ install
Functionality at the moment includes:
-Add NZB via Newzbin ID
-Delete Individual Download
-Pause Individual Download
-Remove individual history items.
-Landscape view supported and shows more detailed information
It has a trial and costs €1.29 for the paid version however the only difference is the presence of a small ad on the ‘Add NZB’ page. So no time limitation or reduced functionality. However only paid up customers will get the Live Tile functionality when it is introduced (which will be very soon!).
You can find more information in the application thread.
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