You wanted it, and begged. You’ve trolled the Android app store, and asked repeatedly in forum after forum…to the point of looking like a flamer. And now it’s here, an application for Androids that actually works almost perfectly. Don’t get us wrong, there are a few more improvements to be made, but as an overall experience, it was great. The new app for Androids, called NZB Leech, was finally released in it’s full glory.
The app was released on Christmas eve, and we haven’t had a lot of time to play with our phone much yet, but you can guarantee that we will be using this app a lot more over the next couple of weeks. Here are some the things we noticed right away:
Many of the commenters rated the app with at least 4 starts or more, a good indication. And the problems and hang ups they noticed and noted were the same ones we found to be pesky. Here’s what we found:
The developer has said that he is continuing work on the app and going to make improvements according to the requests and comments that are made. He already has plans to include unpacking and PAR2 support in the app. The biggest problem with this is that he claims to have a full time job taking a lot of his attention, so continued development is coming, albeit a little slow.
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