It works perfectly with RapidShare's Premium accounts, and it also accepts free downloads. It adds the links automatically once we have placed them on the clipboard, and it is capable of reading a list from a .txt document.
We can configure it so that it starts automatically when Windows is launched. Furthermore, it has an integrated notepad so that we can write down addresses, passwords and all kinds of data that we need to complete the downloads and be able to access their contents.
Unfortunately, just as it happens with many other direct download managers, RapidShare Downloader suffers from being somewhat unstable. A problem that its developer will surely be able to fix in the near future.
Ideal for direct download fans that usually use RapidShare.