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Usenet Crawler Review

Usenet Crawler

  • Fast growing new NZB site
  • Search 5 years of binaries
  • Access through RSS and API
  • Expeect more retention soon
  • Usenet Crawler is free to use
  • Donate $10 to unlock features


Usenet Crawler features:

Usenet Crawler is easy to use and provides fast search results. Search over 5 years of binary retention in popular newsgroups. You can search for any topic of interest and the site will return results along with the age of the post, file size and number of files.

The aim of the website is to offer free unlimited access to everyone through API or RSS. Currently the limits are set to 10k API and 1k NZB downloads per user per day. Retention is currently at five years and still growing.

You can donate $10 to obtain 'BFF' status which unlocks more features. That's a one-time donation to permanently unlock the following features. No advertisements, ability to create posts in forums. view and add ratings. SABnzbd integration on the website, customizable RSS feeds and multiple NZB downloads.

Not to be confused for a Usenet provider or newsreader software. Both of which you will need to download from Usenet. Usenet-Crawler will help you find what your looking for across millions of newsgroup posts without the need for downloading headers.


Search statistics:

  • Search 5 yeats of binary retention
  • Access to search popular newsgroups

  • Search options:

  • Search by subject
  • Enter keywords for subject search

  • Search results:

  • Post name
  • Age of post
  • File size
  • Number of files

  • How to use Usenet Crawler:

    Search for your subject of interest. Once you find what your looking for check the name for more details. Now click the Nzb link to download the associated NZB file. Then you can open the newly created NZB file in your newsreader to download.


    Free / Premium plans:

  • Usenet-Crawler is free to search
  • Donate $10 for BFF status to unlock more features


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