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Top 11 Apps for Rooted Android
2015-10-15 22:48:51 Posted by Lexie Smith

After rooting your Android device, you must be eager to find those amazing apps and install on your Android device immediately. So here is the best place for your being. We have gathered top 11 apps for rooted Android phone or tablet. Just know the big features of them and choose the best ones for you to use.


You can flash a lot of recoveries, download ROMs, flash ZIP files, create full Nandroid backups, and sync backups between devices and desktop. It also adds itself to menus so you can select it as an option when trying to open ZIP files and the like when using a file explorer. It’s simple but effective and easy to use. The free version can only falsh 3 images per day, which can be unlocked with an in-app purchase.

System App Remover

After rooting your Android, the most popular thing you will do is to trim out all the preinstalled bloatware on the system. System App Remover allows rooted users to make short work of bloatware, and provides helpful suggestions as to which apps can be safely removed and which ones are critical to system functionality.

Root Call Blocker Pro ($6.99)

You can use this app to block those unwanted Android calls and SMS for your root-enabled device. The app runs silently in the background and features the ability to filter out unknown, withheld and private numbers, or even entire area or country codes.

KSWEB ($2.99)

KSWEB allows users to turn their Android device into a portable Web server and comes with PHP, MySQL, and msmtp tools, providing you with a portable suite for running, debugging or maintaining Web apps and websites from your mobile device. It can be free for five days. After that, you should pay $2.99 to enjoy it.

Device Control

Device Control is a system tweaking and device monitoring app that takes advantages of the elevated permissions of a rooted device to let you tweak numerous device and OS settings. It can control several features of your device as well as some nice extra features like a Tasker, App Manager, Editors, Entropy Generator, Wireless Filemanager and more.


Like its name suggests, this app can easily remove the soft key at the bottom of your device as well as the notification bar. You can make the most of your screen by making the system bar transparent. A paid version allows you to configure Full!Screen on a per-app basis, such as automatically switching to full screen mode while watching videos or playing games, and then reverting to normal when exiting.

Titanium Backup

Titanium Backup is the top apps for backing up your Android device. You can backup, restore, freeze your apps, data and market links. This includes all protected apps and system apps, and external data on your SD card. You can move any apps to the SD card. The pro version offers additional functions including the ability to sync your backups to the cloud.


This app is very similar with Titanium Backup. It allows you to quickly sync app and app data between multiple Android devices over a Wi-Fi connection. And it’s totally free to use. Additionally, DataSync also allows you to sync your data through DropBox or Box whenever you can’t get onto a Wi-Fi network for your regular syncing.


Greenify can identify and put the misbehaving apps into hibernation when you are not using them. With its function, you can prevent those apps from running in the background and drain your battery. However, Greenify allows you to run an app normally in the foreground when explicitly called by the user without any extra fuss. Just don't greenify your alarm clock or messenger.

Root Explorer

Root Explorer is the ultimate file manager for rooted devices, with some nice extras such as built in support for many archive file formats (such as .ZIP, .TAR and .RAR files), cloud storage management, app management, a text editor and SQL database viewer features. It lets you browse files on your entire device. However, it will cost you $3.99 to enjoy.


Tasker can be the most powerful app. You can create your own automatic task scripts based on a wide variety of actions and customizable triggers. A fun use for this app is using the Tasker add-on that some NFC apps have to make your NFC tags do things you created in Tasker. You can ever take some of these automatic scripts and publish them in app format with the Tasker App Factory add on.

If you have some wonderful top Android apps for rooted phones and tablets, please share them with us in the comment part. We always look forward to hearing your voice.

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