GingaDaddy has a free and paid membership option. You can sign up at the site; registration is open. The free membership is rather limited, but the paid membership offers enough to make this site competitive with other indexers. This site manually indexes NZBs.
To get a free membership, just go to the site and sign up. The process is easy.
The paid membership costs $15, renewable yearly, and offers as many downloads as you want. If you stick with the free membership, you only get three downloads per day. That might be enough for some users.
This is a Newznab+ site, offering a familiar interface and plenty of features.
GingaDaddy has 2,000 days of retention and nearly one million files in their indexes. The search features are basic and easy to use. You can filter your results by criteria including date, subject, topic and recommendations.
This is a manually-indexed site. That carries some real advantages with it, notably areduction in spam. The site updates frequently.
GingaDaddy offers a Newznab+ based experience with a free membership option. The free membership only allows three downloads per day. The paid membership boasts unlimited downloads.
This site is simple and straightforward. It’s manually indexed, so it offers less spam than a lot of the NZB indexers out there, giving it an advantage in that regard. The paid membership is only $15 per year, so heavy USENET users who want access to NZBs without all the spam may find this to be just the site they’re looking for.