5 Best Apps For Rooted Android Phones

5 Best Apps For Rooted Android Phones

5 Best Apps For Rooted Android Phones

5 Best Apps For Rooted Android Phones:

Rooting your phone has never been easier. Gone are the days when you had to run those dreaded ADB commands yourself. Instead, developers have lowered the barrier with GUI based tools effectively making the process a series of clicks. Once you root your phone, you have complete control of your device. There are plenty of apps that help you exercise this control and here we take a look at the 5 best apps for rooted android phones.

ROM Toolbox

ROM Toolbox

ROM Toolbox:

ROM Toolbox is THE best app for rooted Android phones, hands down. It is basically compiles every root app you can think of into one package. Some of the highlights of the app include the ability to manage custom ROMs, an app manager, root explorer, auto-start manager, font installer, theme chooser and tons more.

System Tuner

System Tuner

System Tuner:

System Tuner is one of the most comprehensive apps for rooted Android phones that allow you to overclock or underclock your CPU, change processor voltages and have complete control over which processes and apps which is great for rogue apps that eat up battery life in the background. The app also includes a system tweaker which can make your SD card faster alongside other things.

Titanium Backup

Titanium Backup

Titanium Backup:

Titanium Backup is one of the, if not the best apps for rooted Android phones when it comes to backing up your data, apps and in-app data. It has the ability to make backups for everything on your phone including system apps and it is a must have so that you don’t lose your Angry Birds high score.

Call Master

Call Master

Call Master:

Call Master provides complete control over SMS, MMS and calls in addition with some pretty sweet privacy features. It has the usual features of apps for rooted Android phones like private SMS and calls in addition to advanced features like filtering SMS according to content and restricting calls and SMS such that your screen never lights up and no notification sound is played.

StickMount

StickMount

StickMount:

If your internal storage is low and you don’t have an SD card or a slot isn’t provided, you can use a USB as a means to store your stuff with the help of StickMount. It automatically mounts and dismounts an external USB which has been conencted with your device through a US2GO cable. After that you can use any file explorer to copy/move or access content on it.

What are your favourite apps for rooted Android phones? Let us know in the comments below!

  • Blake Forehand

    You know that the first app you have listed (ROM Toolbox) renders every single one of the rest of this list obsolete right?

  • Krey

    The free version of ROM Toolbox can’t do everything.