There are four ways to add NZB files to SABmini: Using an URL, the built-in search engines, through other applications like Safari or Mail or using custom Newznab indexers.
Manually adding NZB files
If you know the complete URL of the NZB file, tap 'Add by URL' on the Search tab and enter the URL in the popup box.
Using other applications like Safari or Mail
SABmini can handle files from other applications.For example, you can browse to Binsearch with Safari, select the files that you want and tap 'Create NZB'. Safari will ask which application you would like to use to open this file. Tap 'Open in SABmini'. If SABmini is not displayed here, tap the 'Open in' button and select SABmini in the list of applications. SABmini will upload the file to your server and it will be added to your queue after SABnzbd has checked the file contents. Supported extensions are NZB, gzip and GZ.
SABmini supports sites that use Newznab as backend. Newznab is a usenet indexing application for building a usenet community. Here you can find some indexers that use Newznab. Look for Newznab in the notes.
To add an indexer, go to the search tab and tap the '+' button. Specify a friendly name, hostname (or IP address) and API key for the indexer. For example: to add the indexer 'Usenet Crawler', create an account on usenet-crawler.com. In SABmini, enter as hostname 'usenet-crawler.com'. Enter your Usenet Crawler API key in the API key field. (You can find this key on your profile page on usenet-crawler.com).
Tap 'Save' to add the indexer to your list of indexers. Tap the indexer in the list to search or browse categories/groups. You can view details, NFO files (if available) and comments by tapping a result. Tap and hold a result to quickly add it to your queue without viewing the details.
Note that some indexers might have limitations, like a maximum of x requests or x NZB downloads per day. It can also occur that an indexer has disabled their API or only allows paid access to their API.