DogNZB.cr has an easy to use interface, a great watchlist feature and a lot of other pluses going for it. The site is very well designed and should be particularly easy for users who are accustomed to Newznab to figure out. It also works with PVR software and other popular USENET downloaders, so those who want to setup a rather sophisticated downloading system will be able to do that here.
DogNZB has plenty of features to offer. The search features are intuitive and powerful, but there’s more to this site than that. Some of the standout features include:
- Full access to the API with a membership
- Very active forums
- Easy sorting by category
- Fully supports SABnzbd, CouchPotato and Sickbeard
- Not one ad; the site doesn’t accept them
- Staff members answer questions on the forums
- 2,075 days of retention at present
- Automated listings
- Bookmarking features
- Works with SABnzbd push
- Great watchlist feature
Right now, DogNZB.cr isn’t giving out invitations to members. The site recently lost their PayPal payment option and is in the process of setting up a new provider. In the meantime, however, those who want to sign up can do so via bitcoin. The process is very easy and it allows users to get set up with an account very quickly. Making a $10 payment gets you a member account, which means that you get all the bells and whistles that go along with that, including full use of the API on the site, which makes downloading a lot easier.
Using the Site
DogNZB.cr supports SABnzbd push, but you’ll have to configure your router to make it work. Anyone who’s capable of setting up SABnzbd push at all should find the router instructions very easy and well worth the effort of setting up.
At present, the best way to get going on DogNZB is to use the bitcoin option. The site expects to restore invitation privileges to members when their payment method is settled and members will get 1 invite every six months that they can send out to friends.—you can signup DogNZB bitcoin payment option here.
DogNZB is definitely worth the effort as far as signing up for a NZB site goes. The site has kept going despite the loss of PayPal, and even instituted another payment method—bitcoin—showing quite a bit of resilience on the part of the operators. The site’s features are easy to use, but very powerful, so avid USENET users should be happy with what they find here.