#31 EX Kernel Manager [Paid]
Although this application was originally intended for EX Kernel users, it can also be used by others to modify CPU or GPUfrequencyy changes(If supported by Kernel) on your Android.
#32 System App Remover [Free]
Tired of the bloatware installed by the OEM’s eating all your resources? One of the main reason for rooting is to remove bloatware sitting inside system partition. To remove this bloatware, System App Remover is the best choice because of its simplicity and clean user interface. The application has feedback from hundreds of devices regarding which apps are suitable to be removed from system partition. It also provides a multi-selection mechanism for removing apps in a batch-wise manner.
#33 Servicely [Free]
A certain game is sending you non-stop notifications? You can use Greenify to hibernate it, but there is an excellent alternative to Greenify which kills the background services after certain time interval. Servicely can kill the app just like Greenify but uses a dedicated background thread for it.
#34 Root Essentials [Free]
You want to edit the Build.Prop file? You will go for Build.Prop editor. You want to flash recoveries or Custom ROMs? You will use Flashify. So why not use something which can do all these tasks? Root Essentials is a toolbox which consists all the tweaks that you can perform on a rooted Android device.
#35 Boot Animations [Free]
Tired of your boring boot animation? You just saw a cool animation over the Internet and want to have similar boot animation on your device? Here’s an application that allows you to change it. The application displays list of boot animations and user can choose from it. Check out hundreds of new boot animations and enjoy.
Didn’t like the new boot animation and want to restore back? Sure, the application backups your default boot animation so that you can restore it whenever you want. Cool, isn’t it?
#36 BuildProp Editor [Free]
Some users don’t like the default value of DPI(Dots per Inches) for their screen. There are certain applications which can change the DPI of your Android, but they broke the google play functionality of the device. If you increase the DPI value, then your phone will be recognized as a tablet, and we don’t want that. So another way is to edit Build.Prop file and to do that you need a Build.Prop editor.
#37 GMD Gesture Control [Free]
Nova Launcher Prime has some of the best gesture, but if you want more customization, try GMD gesture control. The app lets you control your device with gestures. Like drawing a c on the home screen will open a specific app. Or swipe four fingers right to open previous application etc.
#38 WiFi Key Recovery [Free]
Unlike Windows and Mac, there is no easy way to see saved password on Android without ROOT. All the saved password are stored in the data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf; which you can see by turning on root explorer option on any file manager.
But instead of going to that path each time, why not use an app. And Wi-Fi key recovery helps you with that. Simply open the app, grant root access and it’ll show all SSID and their password. There is also a copy to clipboard
#39 Nandroid Manager [Free]
If you are someone who uses Nandroid backups extensively, then Nandroid Manager is a must have root Application. It helps you restore your Nandroid backup like – apps+data, text messages, call logs.
You can also flash files using Nandroid Manager.
#40 Online Nandroid Backup [Free]
You usually have to boot your phone into recovery mode to take Nandroid backup. Right? Which is wastes a whole lot of time rebooting and a lot more time offline. But with online Nandroid Backup, you can do Nandroid backups without switching off your device.
#41 Cerberus [Trial/Paid]
Cerberus is a popular anti-theft. It can help you get your device back, in case it’s lost or stolen. Like the Google device manager, it can track your phone using GPS. But it has extra features like – taking a picture of the intruder when a wrong PIN is entered, etc. You can remote control the Cerberus app from its web app.
The app comes with 14 days free trial and then you can opt for $5 yearly subscription.
#42 Emoji Switcher [Free]
As the name suggests, this application allows you to switch between different emoji packages but without having to change your current keyboard. Currently the app support emoji from Google (stock), Samsung, LG, and iOS
#43 Swipe Navigation [Free]
Remember the old N9 days when it was possible to swipe from the edge of the screen? You can use the same feature on your Android with the help of this app.
Swipe Navigation is a free app that lets you complete task, by swiping from the edge of your screen. For example, swiping from the left of the screen will open the previous app, swiping right will kill the current app, etc. Overall the app supports 20 different gestures.
#44 NetCut [Free]
We are a big fan of Netcut and have mentioned it several times in out how to kick people off your WiFi network series. And basically, it’s a WiFi kill replacement, i.e. it kill the internet of any device on your network.
But it can do more. It all in one networking app for Android. You can use Netcut to visualize your network. Search for devices on the network by name or IP address. Generate a fake MAC address on your Android.
#45 WIFI WPS WPA TESTER [Free]
This app can connect to the network and find out the wifi password. But it’s worth knowing that these apps exist so, make sure you disable WPS on your router. which is turn ON by default in almost every router.
So, these were some of the best root apps for Android, that we recommend. You can try these applications and take your Android experience to a whole new level. If you think that we missed some important root applications, then let us know in the comments section.