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NZBHydra2 VS NZBgeek

Compare NZBHydra2 VS NZBgeek and see what are their differences


NZBHydra2 is a meta search for NZB indexers.

A Usenet newsgroups NZB Indexer.
NZBHydra2 Landing Page
NZBHydra2 Landing Page
NZBgeek Landing Page
NZBgeek Landing Page

NZBHydra2 details

Categories
Communication Project Management Torrents
Website github.com  

NZBgeek details

Categories
Communication Project Management Torrents
Website nzbgeek.info  

Category Popularity

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Social recommendations and mentions

NZBgeek might be a bit more popular than NZBHydra2. We know about 7 links to it since March 2021 and only 7 links to NZBHydra2. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.

NZBHydra2 mentions (7)

  • crosspost: what are you gents using for ebook downloads ?
    LazyLibrarian. It does eBooks, Magazines, Comics and Audiobooks. Combine it with Calibre and Calibre Web to get a nice browsing, reading and downloading interface for your eBooks. Or use LazyLibrarians OPDS server to browse/download your eBooks/Comics/Magazines with apps like Marvin and Chunky. Automate adding content with Goodreads. If a friend recommends a book I just open the Goodreads iOS app, find it and tap... - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Thanks to this subreddit, I got into self-hosting over the last few months and am slowly adding more and more stuff. This is my current dashboard with all the services I run on a Raspberry Pi 4.
    I am using NzbHydra2 at the moment (https://github.com/theotherp/nzbhydra2/). Any reason why I should switch to Prowlarr? - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • My Dashboard 2021 Edition: I love Self Hosting
    Is that an alternative to nzbhydra2? Have you tried hydra? How does it compare? - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Do I need to add multiple indexers from Jackett to Radarr/Sonarr individually?
    Another solution is to add each indexer from Jacket to nzbHydra 2 and then usethe torznab link from nzbHydra 2 in Radarr/Sonarr/Lidarr. This will save you from having to add each indexer to Radarr/Sonarr/Lidarr individually and overcome the different category and number of response limitations seen while using the torznab all address from Jackett. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Need Help Getting NZBHydra2 To Run On Windows 10
    I have spent an hour or so playing with this program to get it to run using the guide (https://github.com/theotherp/nzbhydra2) I tried running both exe and console with Java installed, plus Python (which I hardly know much about) - at best I get a cmd black box appear then disappear and that's it! I am running the latest Dev build of Windows 10 plus have Kaspersky installed (could that be blocking it?) I wonder if... - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago

NZBgeek mentions (7)

  • Just switched from Sabnzbd... newbie questions
    I didn't realize nzbgeek.info was a nzbget support website. I haven't seen anything about it on ngbget's official webpage. It doesn't look like it's specific to nzbget. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • Your ISP must now report you for pirating movies and TV series
    I am on a server which index the info called nzbgeek.info - encrypted - so nobody can see your search history - - no history logs kept. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • Pirated content from MUBI?
    I’m into mubi torrents too but afaik there is no one especially ripping them. I searched a lot for just one movie then I find it at NZBgeek TEPES ripping some of them but not that much. This month my favvvvvvorite movie showing up I think i’m going to rip it myself— -😢. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • A long guide on an automatic download and stream setup using RD via RDT/Sonarr/FEN for newbies.
    NZBGeek - $1.20 to $0.66/month depending on years purchased. Cheap Usenet indexer with API support for Sonarr, open 24/7. They're many indexers around the same price point, however many of them are also private (closed 24/7) or semi-private (closed most of the time.). - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago

What are some alternatives?

When comparing NZBHydra2 and NZBgeek, you can also consider the following products

drunkenslug.com - Usenet indexer providing SSL and integration for Couch Potato, Sonarr, Sabnzd and more.

NZBClub - NZBClub index Usenet automatically almost real-time and make it available for NZB search.

Binsearch - Search and browse binary usenet newsgroups.

DogNZB - A newznab based Usenet newsgroups indexer. Access by invite only.

nzbplanet - Search and download the latest NZB files from Usenet

Usenet-Crawler - Usenet-Crawler is a usenet indexing site helping you to quickly download nzbs.

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