Direct Download Search Engine for YouTube & Rapidshare
If you are no stranger to downloading, it might be worth subscribing to the development of this Direct Download search engine application for Windows Mobile devices.
XDA forum member jetta20162 is currently developing an app based upon Windows Mobile 6.5.x (in pre-alpha status), which lets you search and download files directly by using custom search engines.
The dev states that some features can be used for testing or educational purposes (Google Hacks) and does not take any responsibility for illegal downloads.
The current state of play is that the search engine, Google Hacks and Search links work and the todo list includes Captcha Request at Rapidshare and handling torrent links.
For more information and to subscribe, take a look at the development thread.
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