Gabriel49 - Are you stating that Rapidgator (specifically Rapidgator) is now working reliably on AllDebrid ... with substantial bandwidth for frequent sanet downloaders?
If so, that is valuable information because no other MCH (aka Debrid) site is working reliably with Rapidgator and they all have relatively tight margins/limits.
[Login to see the link] - I also agree with [Login to see the link] & [Login to see the link] (nice drop of XMR you dirty little dark-web'er, lol -- but seriously -- I don't believe RG takes XMR, yet, which is crazy considering it's basically the currency of Tor/"the DW").
I digress -- Alt payment forms can be easier; HOWEVER, there is one extremely important piece of information you must know before you buy if you don't want to overpay...
Important: Each of the RG payment options (Crypto, Apple, Android, PayPal Resellers (multiple), Webmoney, etc) -- each one is a different price. Sure, the subscription price is the same, eg $99/year. However, you typically pay the least amount of added fees for crypto. Even their PayPal options are different prices (for example, with PayPal resellers alone, the least expensive being sub-$3 and the most being around $10).
This is a bigger issue with Nitroflare, where the junk-fees are often over $20; however, it's still worth considering with RG and best to check each option before choosing one.
Important Note #2 - Android has an extremely good Sandboxing feature for properly installed apps. For this reason, basically anything that you UN-install, you do not need to worry about. In other words, unlike Windows where you could UN-install something and a virus/etc could be left behind -- that is not the case with Android. In short, no matter how sketch you might find an app like Rapidgator, you don't need to worry providing (a) you uninstall when done, and (b) you check the permissions it requests. And/or, if you leave it installed -- make sure to check the setting that bans it from running when you're not using it and disable notifications (allowing it to be triggered periodically).
This is very valuable info because, in short, it means that you can try just about any amount of software on Android, and .. as long as you uninstall, you won't suffer and performance issues/bloat/malware, due to the large number of installs :-)