53 Best Root Apps for Android (2018)

Looking for Best Rooting Apps for Android? We have got you covered. Android is the most customizable mobile operating system at the moment. Rooting Android makes it even more awesome. Root lets you take complete control of your Android device. Today, we bring you the best Root Apps for Android.

One of the most beautiful characteristics of Android is its customization. And one of the most powerful ways to customize an Android device is by rooting it. What exactly is the rooting? Well, it basically means having super access to your Android device. Like on a computer you have an administrative account which allows you to have more control over your system. A superuser account on Android is sort of like that administrator account which allows you to have extended access to your operating system.

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Benefits of Rooting

Boost your Android Device’s Speed and Battery Life

Some apps like Greenify can close the useless applications automatically, which can effectively improve your device’s performance. Greenify needs root access.

Remove Preinstalled Crapware

The manufacturer doesn’t allow you to uninstall those preinstalled apps on your device. Rooting a device can remove those apps, which will give a high running quality and memory saving.

Install Incompatible Apps

Some wonderful apps need the root access if you install them on your device. Root your phone, enjoy more apps.

Installing Custom ROMs

After rooting your device, you can flash a custom ROM or Kernel, which means you can have a new device.

There many benefits of Rooting an Android device all of those can’t be explained so let’s get started…

50 Best Root Apps for Android

Here’s the list:

1. Device Control

Device Control is an app to 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.

Device Control [root]
Price: Free+

2. Root Checker

Verify proper root (superuser or su) access is configured and working using Root Checker! Free, fast, easy, and used on over 10 million Android devices, Root Checker shows the user whether or not root (superuser) access is properly installed and working.

Root Checker
Price: Free+

3. Root Master

Root Master app increases Speed, Battery & Stability of your Android device using our strong optimized algorithms. You(user) have to decide which boost is best for you because some Users need Speed, some need Battery savings & others need overall stability. All these modes optimize your Android OS (Operating System), RAM (Random Access Memory), CPU (Central Processing Unit) of your Android device. Each & every technical detail is explained in detail.

Root Master
Price: Free+

4. Super Su

SuperSU allows for advanced management of Superuser access rights for all the apps on your device that need root. SuperSU has been built from the ground up to counter a number of problems with other Superuser access management tools.

Price: Free

5. Kernel Adiutor

An application which manages kernel parameters.
It depends on your kernel, which features you can customize.

Kernel Adiutor (ROOT)
Price: Free

6. System App Remover

An app not only system app remover, but also user app uninstaller, move app to sd-card, move app to phone, apk on the sd-card scan/install/delete, rooting guide help.

7. Root Browser File Manager

Root Browser is the ultimate file manager for rooted users. Explore all of Android’s file systems and take control of your Android device. Check out ROM Toolbox which has included this app and added many more features.

8. Flashify

Flash your boot.img, recovery.img and zip files right away using Flashify!
Be safe and backup everything either to local storage or cloud storage with automatic syncing!

9. Wifi WPS WPA Tester

Do you want to know if your Access Point is vulnerable at the WPS protocol? Wifi WPS WPA Tester is the app that you need!

Price: Free+

10. L Speed

(Boost & Battery) – L Speed is a modification that combines tweaks inside an intuitive application, Its goal is to improve overall performance, reduce significant lags, and extend battery life.The mod will and should work on any device that meets its minimum requirement.

11. Quick Reboot

This app helps you to quickly boot into Recovery mode, Bootloader … without having to remember keyboard shortcuts.

Quick Reboot (Root)
Price: Free+

12. Greenify

This helps you to 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 a unique way! They can do nothing without explicit launch by you or other apps, while still preserving full functionality when running in the foreground, similar to iOS apps!

Price: Free

13. Fontster

Fontster allows you to easily change the system-wide fonts on your Android device within a well designed Material UI. In order to use this app, your device must be rooted. What makes Fontster special is that it will replace all font styles used by the operating system. Unlike other font installers that only replace a few of the font styles, Fontster will change all styles resulting in a consistent look across all text. This means that practically all of the typed elements throughout your devices UI will be changed to your desired font, including the keyboard, digital clock widget, web pages etc

Fontster (Root)
Price: Free+

14. Boot Animations for Superuser

A boot animation is the loading animation that is played when your device starts up. Choose from hundreds of custom load animations to install to your rooted device. Root access is required and your device must be compatible to install custom boot animations.

15. TWRP Manager

This app allows you to Install, Backup, Restore, and Wipe your device all using TWRP. We use OpenRecoveryScript to complete these actions. Your device will reboot into TWRP, accomplish the selected tasks and then reboot back to Android. Any issues or errors within the recovery should be addressed with Team Win. We do not make the recovery and cannot support anything beyond our apps.

16. Titanium Backup

Titanium Backup is the most powerful backup tool on Android, and then some. You can backup, restore, freeze (with Pro) your apps + data + Market links. This includes all protected apps & system apps, plus external data on your SD card. You can do 0-click batch & scheduled backups. Backups will operate without closing any apps (with Pro). You can move any app (or app data) to/from the SD card. You can browse any app’s data and even query the Market to see detailed information about the app.

17. Busy Box

BusyBox is a software application that provides many standard Unix tools, much like the larger (but more capable) GNU Core Utilities. BusyBox is designed to be a small executable for use with the Linux kernel, which makes it ideal for use with embedded devices. It has been self-dubbed “The Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux”.

Price: Free

18. DiskDigger photo recovery

DiskDigger can undelete and recover lost photos and images from your memory card or internal memory. No rooting necessary!* Whether you accidentally deleted a photo or even reformatted your memory card, DiskDigger’s powerful data recovery features can find your lost pictures and let you restore them.

19. Simple Control(Navigation bar)

Replace a failed and broken button on navbar.

20. ROM Toolbox Lite

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 Lite
Price: Free+

21. Xposed GEL Settings

I don’t understand why Google wants me to have this omnipresent search bar on every home screen if there obviously is Google Now / Google Search embedded into the launcher if you go to the left page. So after some searching, I found a way to hide it. But it will show again if you go to the left screen; no functionality is lost. Of course digging through the code I found some more things which are customizable 🙂

22. Get Assistant

Want Google’s new assistant app but don’t want to dabble in the art of build.propness and possibly compromise your device’s safety?
Well, you’re in the right place! Simply initiate the download, wait, install, open, allow permissions, tap the Get Assistant button, wait, PROFIT!
Okay, that’s not too simple…how about this: Download, tap the button, get Google’s new assistant!

Get Assistant - Root
Price: Free+

23. NetCut

Netcut, one of most powerful network administrator tool
this tool allow admin proof test how can the firewall efficiency handle bad user in local network. By one click from your hand you can test cut any network connection between internet gateway and devices in your local network remotely.
This is simple technical how can this application work (you can skip it if you don’t understand network fundamental 🙂

NetCut (Root)
Price: Free

24. Root Essentials

All in one toolbox for your rooted phone, tablet and Android Wear. This set of tools delivers all you need for your rooted handheld. “Do you need more in this all in one root toolbox? Why don’t you tell us!”

Root Essentials
Price: Free+

25. Build Prop Editor

Easily edit your build.prop or any other properties file on your Android device. BuildProp Editor comes with an intelligent code editor with syntax-highlighting for multiple languages. Enjoy a beautiful and friendly user interface that closely follows material design guidelines.

BuildProp Editor
Price: Free+

26. Bloatware Remover

Bloatware Remover is the fastest and simplest root uninstaller tool which can help you clean and uninstall bloatware in your Samsung, Sony, Lenovo, Asus or Motorola device in no time. It works as a great app uninstaller in rooted android devices to remove system apps.

27. sEFix

This app modifies the system’s “wake-up threshold” to update /dev/random values more often when the entropy is too low. On some (older) versions of Android, the JVM (and other components) often read random data from the blocking /dev/random, which has a low entropy by default, causing that some processes block themselves waiting for new data generation with a greater entropy.

Price: Free

28. X Privacy Installer

If you don’t have the Xposed framework installed already, the installer will help you to install this framework, since it is required to run XPrivacy.

29. A logcat

If you have ROOT access full system logs are shown, otherwise, only this applications logs are shown. This is due to android limitation starting from Android 4.1 (API 16)
[ROOT] aLogcat
Price: Free

30. OTA Updates

[CUSTOM ROM] – Once installed, you will receive notifications when an update is available for your ROM. You can choose whether to check automatically in the background, with all the usual notification controls you’d expect. You can also setup OpenRecoveryScript options to help automate your installation process.

31. Device Id Changer

What’s Device Id?
Settings.Secure.ANDROID_ID is a 64-bit number (as a hex string) that is randomly generated on the device’s first boot and should remain constant for the lifetime of the device.


32. App Ops

App Ops is an activity, within the Settings app, that allows users to enable or disable operations on a per-app basis. These operations cover many common scenarios identified by permissions (e.g., read contacts, write contacts, access location), though it is not a pure one-to-one mapping.

App Ops [Root]
Price: Free

33. Speed Up Swap

Speed Up Your Device, make it more responsive. By using this app after each boot You can change settings of Your Android to use memory more efficient. This app allows you to use more memory without extra operations.

34. Repeti Touch

RepetiTouch enables easy recording and replaying of touch events. Simply record and replay your touchscreen input!

35. Screen Standby

If you’re using it for downloading large files over WiFi, having the screen off can save battery life as well. If you’re an avid streamer or downloader, it’s definitely worth checking out.


36. Cheat Droid ★ PRO

Cheat Droid is a developer’s tool. Do you want to debug your self-developed apps or try to hack your games in order to find security vulnerabilities? Do you care about data privacy and want to find out which apps store which information about you? Did you forget your password in your own app or gameand try to recover it? Or are you just some sort of “hacker” and simply technically interested?

37. StabilityTest

StabilityTest is a CPU, GPU, RAM/memory stress-testing tool for your device, whether stock and unrooted (limited functionality) or rooted and overclocked with SetCPU, SetVsel or similar tools.

38. Notifications Off

Notifications Off is a useful utility for controlling application notifications in a centralized way. Instead of toggling notifications for applications individually from the settings screen you can turn off notifications for all applications from one place.


39. Proxy Droid

ProxyDroid is an app that can help you to set the proxy (http / socks4 / socks5) on your android devices.

Price: Free

40. Easy DPI Changer

Change and reset DPI (included a way for non-root Android 7.0+ users), Change and reset resolution, Change and reset padding, View log, Check wm command availability before let you change anything, Automatically reset all screen configuration on boot or 20 seconds after changing values, No aggressive ads.


41. GMD Gesture Control [Paid]

Control device with MULTITOUCH and MULTITASK gestures similar to iPad. Works in all applications. You can even hide status bar and enjoy full screen in your favorite games or while browsing.

42. Drony

Proxy that can operate with proxy authentications.
Android OS has just proxy with no authentication.
So this app can help you with your corporate/university/school network environment.

Price: Free+

43. WPS Connect

With this app you’ll can connect to WiFi networks which have WPS protocol enabled. This feature was only available in version 4.1.2 of Android.

App developed with educational purposes. I am not responsible for any misuse.

WPS Connect
Price: Free

44. LED Control

Didn’t know that your Nexus 6/Moto X has an LED? You’ll be hooked!
Use this app to select kernel specific “charging triggers” for the device’s LED which will make it light up when plugged in depending on the specific charging triggers.

LED Control [ROOT]
Price: Free

45. FoxFi (WifiTether)

This app now contains both FoxFi (WiFi mode, may not work on your phone – details below) and PdaNet (USB or Bluetooth mode). You can now share your cell phone’s Internet connection with your computers or tablets through either USB, Bluetooth or even WiFi Hotspot on some phone models. Most importantly it does not require the extra tether plan (mobile hotspot plan) from your carrier. Also NO ROOTING NEEDED for your Android phone.

46. App Disabler

App Disabler allows you to disable apps. This includes both system apps and downloaded apps. Disabled apps will not show up in the application drawer and will not be able to run in the background (e.g. spam notifications). It can be used to turn off apps temporarily without removing them from the system.

[Root] App Disabler
Price: Free

47. Hide App and Hide Application Icon

AppHider can help you to hide any app. After the app is hidden, the app icon will disappear from the Launcher.

48. GL to SD

Get huge games to external SD(micro SD) and work fine.
So you can easily move the game data files to external SD card and solve the problems that internal SD space is too small.It also applies to other games data to external SD, such as gun bros, Dungeon Defenders.

GL to SD(root)
Price: Free

49. Recently

Recently aims to restore sanity, by limiting which apps are shown. In its aggressive ‘running tasks only’ configuration, it will show you only apps that are actually running right now. Because Android can be fairly aggressive itself with killing off apps, apps you have used just a minute ago may disappear from the list in this setup, and configuring Recently to remove entries that have not actually run the past few days may be the better option.

[root] Recently
Price: Free+

50. WhatsCloud

WhatsCloud lets you use the most popular mobile messaging app from the comfort of your computer or tablet.
Send and receive messages from your computer without having to struggle with the tiny smartphone keyboard!

WhatsCloud [ROOT]
Price: Free

51. Substratum Theme Engine

Is Substratum officially supported on Stock Nougat/CM14.1/LineageOS? No, please use at your own discretion!


52. Superuser

Any app that requires root access must call the su binary which in turn calls this app to prompt the user for permission.
This app is also used to manage which apps have root permission as well as monitor their usage of the permission.

53. mc tweaker

If You like, to Your smartphone running at peak performance. If Your experience does not give You peace of mind and You change firmware one by one, in search of the optimum decision for Your device. Try to adjust Your smartphone by yourself and help other users with similar devices. mcTweaker is a system application, that allows you to set up hidden parameters of Android, to achieve maximum performance and minimum power consumption.

mcTweaker ® root
Price: Free
 Did we miss your favorite app? Let us know in the comments below!

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