OZnzb is a Usenet indexing community platform that provides SSL and integration for Couch Potato, Headphones, and SickBoard, etc. The interface of this Usenet indexing community is quite impressive and offers all the key services and features. It is not quite the same as another similar search engine because it depends on individuals to drive the quality of the site, and this way, it assembles a community around the site. You can utilize this site for free with a few limitations, and the main limit is that you can download 5 NZBs a day.
With its premium version, you can download more than 100 NZBs a day alongside 1000 API calls and five invites. One of the most interesting facts about this NZB search engine is that it offers a custom-made release rating framework that makes it better than others. OZnzb also includes core features such as NewsNab based customized NZB site, RSS feeds, more than 140 Usenet groups, preview search results, clean, fast, and easy-to-use interface, etc.
Mimo 3.0 is a platform that helps users to learn code on Android and iOS devices. The platform comes with bite-size exercises that provide users with real code exercises and immediate feedback on the learning and their code. It also contains a code playground area that allows the users to exercises and practices their codes with examples.
Users can write and run their codes in the code playground and can also save their projects on it. Moreover, it provides a streak feature that enables users to maintain their coding habits. It helps the users in learning fast that they could be building professional projects in days.
Mimo 3.0 comes with exercises start from the personal homepage to the user profile and from voting feature to add to cart. The application is available for both Android and iPhone, and users can learn to code anytime, anywhere.