Below is the list of the best root apps that users can install in their Android devices.
- 1 Quick Reboot
- 2 Flashify
- 3 KSWEB
- 4 Greenify
- 5 AFWall+
- 6 DiskDigger Photo Recovery
- 7 CatLog
- 8 Titanium Backup
- 9 Magisk Manager
- 10 BetterBatteryStats
- 11 Servers Ultimate Pro
- 12 3C Toolbox
- 13 SD Maid
- 14 Solid Explorer
- 15 Good Mood Droid Gesture Control
- 16 System App Remover
- 17 ROM Toolbox Pro
- 18 CPU Tuner
- 19 Dumpster
- 20 Terminal Emulator
- 21 Tasker
It is a helpful service to root Android devices; from this app, the user can reboot his device with one-button. The app has special reboot modes like fastboot, recovery mode, and safe mode, without using hardware key combos or ADB to get them. This root app can set a combined widget or make one-button icons, with support for a variety of themes.
Download Quick Reboot
The rooted users who make so much mess with the back end of their phone system will have the slow process of flashing boot, recovery, and other .img files to and from their smartphone or tablet. Flashify reduces dullness by automating the process. The users can flash boot, recover the images, create full backups and sync backups between Android devices and desktop.
The user can convert his Android device in a portable Web server, and that comes with PHP, MySQL, and msmtp tools. After installing this root app, the user will get a portable suite for running, debugging, or maintaining Web apps and websites. The app has a clean Material UI and a Web interface, and online support is also available. This app is available for a five-day trial, and the standard version costs $2.99; the cost of the Pro edition is $3.99.
This app keeps selected apps in a state of hibernation, unable to access system resources, bandwidth, or runs background processes and notifications, free up the valuable system resources. Greenify allows the user to use an app normally in the foreground.
It is a branch of the DroidWall front-end for the iptables Linux firewall, that allows the user to construct without bringing up a Terminal app. The user might use this app for security reasons, restrict data usage if he doesn’t have unlimited internet, save battery power, or block ads on some of the apps. AFWall+ allows the user to toggle the firewall, Wi-Fi, cellular traffic for every app of the device, and set a password to protect the settings.
DiskDigger Photo Recovery
The user doesn’t have to root his phone to make use of DiskDigger. But, the makers of this root app, the user, will recover what he wants if he roots his phone as DiskDigger digs into all the memory in the user’s device by looking for the last bits of deleted photos. If the user wants to recover photos and videos, then the free version is good. The Pro version costs $2.99 in which the app looks for other kinds of files and let the user upload recovered files over FTP.
CatLog is a debugging tool; either the user is tracking down hidden bugs or a helpful user. This app provides the users color-coded tag names and tag filters to naturally help log reading, a real-time search of the log, a recording mode widget, and it can save and open logs or email them.
Titanium Backup is available for free, and for the Pro version, the user has to pay $6.99 to complete backups of their data, apps, and settings. The user can convert backup schedules, selectively backup items, and then move his backup data to the SD card. It has many other features like an app manager and an uninstaller from which the user can prevent bloatware from being forced on his system.
Download Titanium Backup
This app helps in a systemless root of the phone; it allows the user to access superuser permissions without changing the system partition like traditional rooting methods. It has a lot of benefits; the user can keep receiving OTA updates to in OS, the user can hide the rooted status of his device from apps that use Android’s SafetyNet feature to detect a rooted device.
Download Magisk Manager
If the user’s smartphone battery life is not like as it used to be then, BetterBatteryStats will help. The app will identify the other apps that are draining the phone’s battery and estimate the impact of taking steps to reduce that drain. BetterBatteryStats also detect the changes in the phone’s Sleep/Wake profile and find that app from which this problem is happening. The user doesn’t have to root his phone to use BetterBatteryStats, but the users with unrooted devices have to follow some steps to get the app on the track.
Servers Ultimate Pro
The users can turn their Android device into an email server, Web server, torrent tracker, and more; it can run many servers together. It comes with different networking tools to maintain custom servers. The user can use this app without rooting, but many servers like Port Forwarders, VNC, or VPN require root permissions to function properly. The free version of the app is for seven days; after that, the user has to pay $8.49 for the Pro version.
Download Servers Ultimate Pro
It improves the original complete system monitoring and twist toolkit by adding more functionality and monitors. The app runs a task manager to manage the apps, backup or restore APKs, tweak the CPU governor and voltage settings, twist system settings like SD cache size, or view a wealth of diagnostic data.
Download 3C Toolbox
It is a storage maintenance app designed to free up space on SD Card or internal storage by search of widowed files and folders left behind by uninstalled apps. The free version gives a perfect service, but more options can be unlocked by buying an unlock key.
Download SD Maid
It is one of the best root apps and the best Android file manager. It allows the user to access his system partition with the proper root permissions. The app supports cloud and networked storage, a clean two-panel design, and support for add-ons that increase the app’s capabilities. The user can try the app for 14 days; after that, he has to pay $1.99 to use it full time.
Download Solid Explorer
Good Mood Droid Gesture Control
It lets the user add multitouch gesture controls in his device, and four-finger swipes to hide the status bar or open applications as four-finger pinching to return to the home screen. The user can set custom gesture commands. The user with multitouch-capable devices wants to add more functionality should try this app for the extra functions and custom gesture definition.
Download Good Mood Droid Gesture Control
System App Remover
The main reason to root the Android device is to cut out all the pre-installed bloatware on the phone. The app gives helpful suggestions that which apps can be safely removed and which are dangerous to system functionality. The additional tools help the user to move apps to an SD card.
Download System App Remover
ROM Toolbox Pro
This app is designed to help install ROMs, like the famous CyanogenMod, also create, manage, and restore backups. It also features a full App and Task Manager for uninstalling, backing up, and freezing apps, a Root File Explorer to dig down to the system files, memory manager, a CPU overclock tool, and more.
Download ROM Toolbox Pro
The user can monitor and twist his CPU’s performance. They can customize the settings for their CPU governor, underclock to save battery, overclock to enhance the performance, and set different trigger-based performance profiles to secure the CPU performance.
Download CPU Tuner
It allows the user to recover deleted images, videos, music files, and uninstalled apps. Deleted files go to the Dumpster, for recovery, or remove, free up space for new installs and other content. Dumpster allows the user to examine items that are recovered in the app, including password/PIN protection. The app has an option to empty the old files into Dumpster’s cloud service by allowing for online backups of data.
This root app allows users to access Android’s Linux command line. It features full Linux terminal emulation, launcher shortcuts, UTF-8 fit text for foreign language support; all this is available ad-free.
Download Terminal Emulator
It is a versatile and powerful task automation app that allows the user to make automatic task scripts based on a large variety of actions and customizable triggers. Tasker works perfectly without root access; if the user installs it on a rooted phone, it allows the user to use more custom task options. The user also takes some of these automatic scripts and publishes them in the app format with the Tasker App Factory add-on.