Top 10 Apps for Rooted Android Phones
Top 10 Apps for Rooted Android Phones

So, you’ve rooted your Android phone few days ago and now looking for the best apps for rooted Android Phones, then don’t miss to read this article. When it comes to root Android phone, instructions for rooting your device are all over the web. But you will hardly find articles about apps which can be used on your rooted Android phone. After rooting your device you can improve android battery life, eradicate bloatware, get your Android work better. You can also customize the systems for the best performance as compared to a phone that has not been rooted.

Also Read: How to Convert Android into iPhone.

In this article I’m going to share some of the best apps for Rooted Android Phones in 2015. It’s true that rooting your device has become far less essential these days than the days of old but there are still plenty of reasons to root your device. You won’t be installing awesome mods over recovery so much anymore but there are a handful of root apps that have maintained their reliability and usefulness even in this age of non-root. Here are the Top 10 Apps of 2016 for Rooted Android Phone. So without further ado, why don’t you check the first one:

1Rom Toolbox :

            ROM Toolbox is the must have app for every root user. This application is great for ROM Management, App Manager, Root Explorer, Scripter & Terminal Emulator, and other great features. You can also use this app to set CPU frequency, Install Custom Boot Animation, Change Statusbar ICON. ROM Toolbox combines all the great root apps into one monster app with a beautiful and easy to use interface. ROM Toolbox has every tool you need to make your Android device fast and customized to your liking.ROM Toolbox has been featured on LifeHacker, XDA-Developers, Droid-Life, Android Central, RootzWiki, Android Police, DroidForums and other popular sites. ROM Toolbox has one of the highest ratings in the top 100 paid apps. ROM Toolbox combines apps like Titanium Backup, Root Explorer, SetCPU, MetaMorph, Autorun Manager, Terminal Emulator, Scripter, SD Boost, BuildProp Editor, Font Installer, Boot Animations & many more apps into an all-in-one app!

  1. ROM Management
  2. App Manager
  3. Root Explorer
  4. Scripter & Terminal Emulator
  5. Auto Start Manager
  6. Rebooter
  7. Font Installer
  8. Boot Animation Installer
  9. Theme Manager & Statusbar Icon Changer
  10. Boot Logo Changer
  11. Theme Chooser Themes
  12. Set CPU
  13. Build.prop Editor
  14. Auto Memory Manager
  15. SD Booster
ROM Toolbox Lite
Developer: JRummy Apps Inc.
Price: Free+

2Greenify :

Its a good application to make your Android device more faster & smooth by hibernating the background apps that you don’t use. This increases the battery life of your phone. This application is free.Greenify help you identify and put the misbehaving apps into hibernation when you are not using them, to stop them from lagging your device and leeching the battery, in an unique way! They can do nothing without explicit launch by you or other apps, while still preserving full functionality when running in foreground, similar to iOS apps!

  1. Unlike the “Freeze” feature in “TitaniumBackup Pro” that totally disable the app, you can still use your app as usual, share content with it. No need to freeze & de frozen it.
  2. Unlike “Autostarts”, you can benefit from almost all of its advantages, without needing to deal with the complexity and risk of obscure app components, and never lose functionality when app is actively running.
  3. Unlike any “XXX Task Killer”, your device will never fall into the cat-mouse-game of stealthy-running and aggressive killing, which unnecessarily consumes more battery juice.
Greenify
Developer: Oasis Feng
Price: Free

3Lucky Patcher :

Lucky Patcher is a great Android tool to remove ads, modify apps permissions, backup and restore apps, bypass premium applications license verification, and more. To use all features, you need a rooted device.

4ES File Explorer :

Actually, this app even works on Non-Rooted phone too. But this app also include a root explorer and options to edit build.prop. ES File Explorer is a free, full-featured file and application manager.  It functions as all of these apps in one: file manager, application manager, task killer, download manager, cloud storage client (compatible with Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box.net, Sugarsync, Yandex, Amazon S3, and Ubuntu One…), FTP client, and LAN Samba client. It provides access to pictures, music, video, documents, and other files on both your Android devices and your computers. ES File Explorer allows Android users, no matter where they are, to manage their resources freely.

  • Application Manager – categorize, uninstall, backup, and create shortcuts to your apps
  • Remote File Manager – when enabled, manage files on your phone from your computer
  • Built-in ZIP and RAR support allows you to compress and decompress ZIP files, unpack RAR files, and create encrypted (AES 256 bit) ZIP files
  • Built-in viewers and players for various file types, including photos, music, and videos; supports third-party applications, such as Quick office, for opening others
  • Shows thumbnails for APKs and images
  • Text viewers and editors
  • Access your home PC via WiFi with SMB
  • Functions as your FTP and WebDAV client. Manage files on FTP, FTPS, SFTP, and WebDAV servers just like you manage files on your SD card
  • Supports Dropbox, Box.net, Sugarsync, Google Drive (Google Docs is now a part of Google Drive), SkyDrive, Amazon S3, Yandex and more.
  • ES File Explorer is an enhanced cloud storage client with more functions than the official versions,
  • it can save photos, videos, and other files to your internet drives and share them with others.
  • Bluetooth file browser You can copy and paste files between Bluetooth ready devices. It supports OBEX FTP for browsing devices and transferring files between Bluetooth devices.
  • Kill tasks with a single click, increase memory and speed up your device — includes a simple widget that stays on your home screen for knowing your current RAM situation and automatically killing tasks, with an ignore list to ignore the applications you want to keep running.Task Manager module required
  • Cache Cleaner and Autostart manager — Delete those junk files that take up valuable storage space.Task Manager module required.
  • Root Explorer — the ultimate set of file management tools for root users. Provides access to the entire file system and all data directories, and allows the user to change permissions.
ES File Explorer File Manager

5Xposed Framework :

Xposed Framework has replaced installing ROMs for many as the default root experience. Modules are created inside of the framework by many developers that do various things like theming, UI and performance tweaks, visual modification, button remapping, and much, much more. Modules can be a tad difficult to find sometimes depending on your device but there are plenty of universal ones that you can use and enjoy.

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6Chainfire 3D :

Still stuck with Froyo or Gingerbread, unable to run a high-end game? Chainfire 3D serves as the ‘middle man’ between your apps and graphic driver, allowing users to disable or enable graphics to run newer games, even on older devices. Checkout the complete steps to use this method : GL Tools: Play High end games in low end device

7Flashify:

Flashify is a simple root application that helps do a bunch of otherwise tedious tasks. Using it, you can flash a variety of recoveries, download ROMs, flash ZIP files, create full Nandroid backups (depending on your recovery), and more. 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.

8SDFix:

SDFix is a system modifier tool that helps those running Kit Kat and Lollipop overcome the dreaded locked-down SD card problem. I have personally tested this on a Note 3 running both Kit Kat and Lollipop as well as an HTC One M9, NVIDIA Shield Tablet, and Nexus 5 all running Lollipop. This makes your SD card useful and takes away the limitations placed on other apps like file browsers. It’s definitely worth a shot if you are afflicted with this issue. It’s also absurdly easy to use. Open it, hit go, wait a few seconds, and then uninstall the app.

9Screen Recorder Pro :

SCR Screen Recorder uses hardware accelerated video encoding to achieve best quality screen recording on any device. It’s the only video recorder on the market supporting Tegra device including Nexus 7.

10LMT Launcher :

LMT Launcher for Android

LMT Launcher is another example of great root apps that improve usability and customizability of the Android UI. Additionally, you can also define a configurable “pie” menu that can either mimic the system and navigation bar, or accept your own personally defined commands.

  We have personally used them and rated them according to their performance, features and Stability . If you find any app inappropriate of its rating then you can suggest on our forums. Don’t forget to like & Share this post with other Android users. Thanks for reading ! Have a good day ! 😀

Last updated on: May 2, 2016 @ 9:02 pm
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  • Yogesh Dighe

    HI Ajinkya.

    How can i revert my original OS of my Titanium S1.???
    please reply me.
    Give me original ROM or Backup file.

  • Thanks alot for this list! I rooted my phone a few days ago just as an experiment but hten had no idea what to do next lol… this list really helped me in knowing how to actually take advantage of rooting 😀

    • I'm glad that this list helped you in any way. Keep visiting !

  • Anonymous

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  • Bhavesh Ravariya.

    Best top 10 apps i have seen. Keep posting such cool posts.