Top 5 Free Android Root Apps in 2017

A rooted phone allows the user to be in full control of his android device. A user will be able to download thousands of exciting apps or install custom versions of Android OS. It also improves device battery life, eradicates bloatware and increases Android’s efficiency.

Following are the Top Root Apps for Android in 2017:

1. Greenify

It is among the first choices for most of the rooted apps users. It maintains the cycle of all the Applications you have installed on your Android. It keeps track of the time period of each application and which is the app is draining more battery. It notifies the user to close the unnecessary apps by providing all apps information. It is an app manager for device ensuring the battery health for a fast and accurate system. So a user can monitor the device accurately with this app and hibernate the devices that are draining the system. It’s compatible with all device and now with Android Oreo as well. Hence, low-end smartphone users must try this app.

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Download this app from play store now!

Developer: Oasis Feng
Price: Free

2. Titanium Backup

This application stores a backup of your applications and applications data. It also performs many useful tasks like uninstalling bloatware, freeze apps which specifically means that it leaves them installed but prevents them from ever running. It has been download for more than 25 million times. The user can move any app (or app data) to/from the SD card with this app. It also ensures that there’s no damage to the device due to the installation of faulty and unstable ROM’s. The user can just quickly restore the device previous original ROM. This app is a must recommendation for all the new root users.

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Download from below!

Titanium Backup (root needed)
Titanium Backup (root needed)

3. Xposed Installer

This root app has replaced installing ROMs for many to get different looks of their Android device as the default root experience. Various modules are created inside the framework that does various tasks like theming, performance tweaks, visual modification, UI, button remapping and many more tasks. It installs the internal binary in the device that means the user can change how his notification bar would appear. It’s difficult to find modules at times depending on the user device but there are a lot of universal ones to utilize.

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4. Root Checker

Rooting a device comes with its own pros and cons. If the root is not properly configured then there is a risk of losing all the data of the user device. Root checker helps in prevention of this problem and it checks if the root is properly configured. App’s UI is very simple that provides easily notifies the user whether or not they have properly setup root access. If the Superuser management apps are installed properly, these apps will need permission from root access from Root Checker and then proceed. This app should be used by every root beginner user!

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Root Checker
Root Checker
Developer: joeykrim
Price: Free

5. ROM Toolbox Lite

ROM Toolbox combines all the great root apps into one universal app with a simple and easy to use UI. It is one of the very few all-in-one solutions for root users that actually works as it combines apps like Titanium Backup, Root Explorer, SetCPU, MetaMorph, Autorun Manager, Terminal Emulator, Scripter, SD Boost, BuildProp Editor, Font Installer, Boot Animations & much more apps into an all-in-one app. It has a bunch of features that includes a built-in file browser with root, applications manager, ROM management, scriptwriter, font installer, and a lot more. With the help of this app, the users can even change the boot animations, themes, and status bar icons. Updates do come a little slowly, though.

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Aamir Jamal

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