SABnzbd is an open source Newsreader written with the program Python. Thanks to its user-friendly and web-based user interface, it greatly simplifies the process of downloading from Usenet. Furthermore, SABnzbd provides a complete API for third-party applications and has a repair and extract function. SABnzbd runs hidden in the background and is controlled by a webinterface accessed through your browser. The configuration menu currently offers a variety of thematic templates that will take effect after a browser restart.

NZB-Files are necessary to use SABnzbd. However, these are not searched by SABnzbd, but are similar to a torrent file and are intended solely for Usenet. The web interface allows you to access the download program from PCs or devices like the iPhone around the world. SABnzbd has various features to successfully download files. This includes an automatic start function when opening the program as well as a resumption of intermittently aborted downloads. To check for problems, you will see the latest warnings to correct any errors.

SABnzbd is supported by the operating systems Windows, Linux / Unix, Apple Mac OSX and NAS devices. In addition, the program Python must be installed on the computer. Pyoxensl is also an essential prerequisite for Linux users.

Below you will find an overview of the most important features of the SABnzbd client:

    • Supported operating systems: Windows (XP, Vista, Win7, Win8, Win10), MAC OS X, Linux (Ubuntu via APT), Unix, Android, IOS
    • Available languages: 16 (English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Romanian, Portuguese, Swedish, Danish, Polish, ...)
    • Requires Runtime Environment: Python
    • Download Help:
      • Repair function for UnPar
      • Repair function for UnRar
    • Particularities:
      • RSS feeds
      • SSL encryption
      • Cross platform through Python
    • Current version: 2.3.4
    • Homepage:                 Hier
    • Web Download:         Hier
    • SABnzbd Wiki:           Hier
    • SABnzbd Quick Start Guide:  Hier
    • Download & Supportlinks: