Top 10 Best Apps For Rooted Android Users….[Must Have]


Hey buddies, we are back with our new blog to give you some usefull information about your Android device.

I’m sure if your are here checking this list you must have a rooted Android phone Right?

By Rooting  our stock Android (or Stock ROM), we get a whole new level of control with lots of customization options. Once you have rooted your android phone, you can easily tweak your phone to a next level by using some of specific apps which can be run on rooted android device only.

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So, in this post we will share some of the best root apps which are supported on Rooted android phones only. If you own an android phone which is unrooted, then you can root your android device without computer too.

So, are you ready to explore the list of best apps for rooted android smartphones? Here we go.

I have included a bunch of useful apps to be used on rooted phones. I handpicked all the apps for ensuring the topmost quality for you. Here we go with the list of top root apps for Android.

1. Lucky Patcher

Lucky Patcher is undoubtedly one of the best app for rooted android phones. There are many tweaks available in this android which works with every android app which is available in your android phone. You can enjoy many tweaks like Remove License Verification, Remove Ads and it can also help you in removing system apps from your android phone. Lucky Patcher also allows users to create modified APK files of android apps which you have modified.

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When you will open Lucky Patcher app first time, you will see list of android apps installed in your android phones which are highlighted into different colors. They have different meanings for each color which you can check on official site of Lucky Patcher.


2. Greenify

Are you looking for ways to improve Android battery life? Then, you must download and install Greenify. Greenify is undoubtedly best android app for rooted android phone users who love to have a good battery backup. Recently, they have also release a Greenify version for unrooted android phone owners too, but there are many limitations in that.
I personally use it on an unrooted device and found it really worthy. Then you can imagine how good it is on a rooted mobile.  Greenify shows the apps running in the background and how many times it wakes up your device. It also gives you an option to hibernate the background running apps to save battery life. Using this app, you can save both RAM and battery juice simultaneously. Overall, it will also increase performance and fluidity of your android phone.


3. Xposed Framework

If you have been using Android for a long time, you might have heard about custom ROMs, don’t you? Custom ROMs allow you to bring your phone to a new customization level. Moreover, they optimize Android for better performance as well. But Xposed Framework has made the use of custom ROMs less famous. As installing custom ROMs include several geeky processes, many users try to stay away from the same. That’s what gave birth to this app.
Xposed Framework is one of the best root apps for Android which can be used to customize the phone to the fullest without installing custom ROMs. There are several modules for button remapping, theming, performance tweaks and UI customization inside the app. The only thing you need to do is finding the modules that are compatible with your device.

The download link is available on XDA forum only, as this is an app built by their developers for the sheer customization of Android without installing custom ROMs.


4. Viper4Android

Have you ever thought about controlling different audio devices connected with your phone individually? Unfortunately, it is not possible on normal Android phones. You can only monitor the volume of the playback (in Music app, you can add effects and bass using the equalizer). XDA forum has found a solution for this problem as well. With the advanced root access that you get after rooting your phone installing Viper4Android is easy. You can control the playback through phone speakers, headset, Bluetooth device or any other audio equipment you connect to the phone.

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Viper4Android is your Android audio lab. It comes with an audio driver by itself, which adds beauty to the sound you hear through the phone. Tons of additional effects and bass boost are there using which you can explore the new horizons of audio hearing. The download link I have given below leads to an XDA forum thread. As this one is an app for rooted phones, you must follow that little bit complicated installation

5. Titanium Backup

Backing up the data on your phone (or any other device) is significant because no one can predict a terrible moment for it. If you are a serious smartphone user and there are tons of data on your phone for sure including files, contacts, then Titanium Backup is best app for your rooted device.
That’s why every smartphone nerd recommends taking backups often. Have you ever taken backups? You can make use of the default feature by going to Settings>> Backups& Restore>> Backup. But I don’t like it due to the sluggish processing and not-up-to-the-mark performance. For the very same reason, you need a third- party app for backing up the smartphone data.

Titanium backup is one of the top rooted apps for Android that allows you to remove bloatware (good-for-nothing apps come preloaded with the device). And, it can be used for taking backups of applications and app data as well. There are two versions of the same app available on the Google Play Store; one is free, and the other one is paid. (There are many good feature in premium version, but free version is enough for most of the users).


6. Quick Boot

If you are a hardcore CWM Recovery user and loves to flash Custom ROMs, Kernels and tweaks? I know it’s very painful to boot into recovery mode by using several Keys Combo. As, the usual power menu of a phone includes the Power off option, sometimes the Reboot and Flight mode options as well. Reboot to recovery mode is always missing especially if you are a STOCK ROM user. So, have you ever thought of making your power menu even more powerful?

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With Quick Boot, you can bring the power menu to a whole new level by inserting Reboot to Recovery and Reboot to bootloader as well. Both paid and free versions are available; with the former you will get Tasker support and a hot boot option.


7. GL Tools

GL Tools is top rated root app among rooted android phone users. If you are a gamer and loves to play heavy games on your android phone, then you should install GL Tools now. While playing heavy games, most of the gamers got frustrated with the slow rendering of the graphics? Right?

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With GL Tools, you can render the graphics at a slower bit rate so that your CPU can withhold the same and due to this tweak, you can enjoy high-end games without any kind of lag. According to it’s customers reviews GL Tools can boost the gaming performance by a large margin.


8. AdBlock Plus

Not all the websites make use of advertisements fairly. Some sites experiment with our patience by opening pop-ups and floating ads. If you are a person looking forward to putting a full stop t annoying app, you can try this out. AdBlock Plus allows you to block ads on your phone. The app is highly configurable that you can allow harmless ads.
The app is not available from Google Play Store. The link here leads to the official website.


9. Terminal Emulator

I hope you are familiar with the command prompt of Windows computers. The command line interface gives us a lot of admin level facilities. The Terminal Emulator on rooted Android phones is a lot more similar. The only difference lies in the commands used. You can use full Linux emulation and launcher shortcuts in it.


10. ES File Explorer

If you ask me what my favorite file explorer is, my pick will always be ES File Explorer because I couldn’t find another one that can beat this one till date. You don’t need a rooted device to run this app. But as a user who wants to get his/ her hands on advanced features, you should have the root access.
It includes wireless file sending, data encryption and a lot of advanced features that most of the other file managers lack.

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