NewsBin Pro is a tool to help you find cool stuff in Newsgroups which are located on Usenet. It will scan newsgroups that you specify for binary attachments and will download and decode these attachments for you. You can then use a picture viewer or a multimedia player to view or play the content you downloaded.
- Fixed a memory leak and potential crash problem
- Fixed issue where rapid subsequent header updates could cause Newsbin to download all headers
- Fixed issue where .r00 and .rar files for the same rar set may be displayed in compact view
Reviewing 5.55 (Jul 12, 2010)
After useing this program for over 10 years nothing else can compare with it "i've tried em all" .People who condemn it obviously have no idea how to download from newsgroups!
Reviewing 5.0 (Feb 10, 2009)
I have used NewsBin Pro so long now I can't remember exactly how long it has been. Over 10 years! The developers continually update their software. Support from the authors and users on the NewsBin forums is second to none. The $35 registration price is beyond fair and includes lifetime upgrades. I have tried many of the other competitors and none come close to NewsBin! Download it, try it, you will love it, then buy it!
Reviewing 5.0 (Nov 20, 2008)
I do not know why it hasn't been update here to 5.42 (build 8974) but that is where we at the moment I'm writing. Vista support and language support, getting better each new version and is absolutily growing out childstage..I think 35 dollars is worth the money to support this tool and have trust in it, it wil become perfect (www.newsbin.com for the latest version)!For now 4 stars and maybe in the future 5!
Reviewing 5.0 (Feb 9, 2008)
I've been keeping on eye on this program since v3.xx hoping it would get better. After several years you'd think the developer would take a few days and work on the interface and options layout a little, but no. This thing is a mess and looks as disgusting as it did years ago. I'm sorry, but I'm not about to pay money for something that looks like a 12 year old kid programmed in his parents' basement in his spare time. Aside from that, this program actually got worse when going from v4.xx to v5.xx and introduced new bugs and random crashes. You're better off using a free alternative than paying for this monstrosity.
Reviewing 5.0 (Mar 17, 2007)
Not the most easy app to setup, really bad settings layout. Worst interface ever, Newsleecher is clearly superior.
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