The Top 10 Android Apps That Require Rooting
Superuser is the first app a user should install after rooting, if the rooting method didn’t do it already.
Titanium Backup is an enormously useful app. Not only can it backup apps, but it can backup apps and all their data
It’s a sad fact that Android ships with no way to take screenshots. ShootMe is an extremely simple, user-friendly app
Metamorph is a small app that allows you to theme any part of Android by applying simple patch files.
Adfree may actually be the greatest root-essential app available on Android, and it’s one that you never see.
SSH Tunnel is an app that allows an Android phone to connect to the internet using an ssh tunnel for a completely
Tasker by itself doesn’t require root privileges to run, but some of its more impressive features do. Giving Tasker room
SetCPU has been, is still, and will probably be for quite some time the de facto tool for controlling a rooted Android
Busybox is often called “the Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux,” because that’s what it basically is. It’s not an
Wireless Tether. For many users, this feature is the single most important thing in the world of mobile devices,