Hello Friends,

Today I’m gonna show you that after rooting your android phone,which applications are must that actually benefits the phone. Otherwise there is no meaning of rooting your device.Now i have posted an article before how to Root your android Device so in case if you missed it you can check it out. So here it is,

1. Greenify


This is the best app for battery saver for your device, just start the app and simply hibernate the apps which you don’t them to run in the back-ground, which reduce the battery life.

How to use?

No need to worry, once you installed the app then you just have to add the applications you have to Greenify. And after this you don’t have to worry about about the battery saving..!!!

2. Root Explorer

Root Explorer1 Root Explorer is the ultimate file manager for root users. Access the whole of android’s file system (including the elusive data folder!).With the help of this app you can access system files and do what ever changes you want to do, like add mods ,tweaks etc.

How to use?

Its very simple,its just like file explorer simply browse into system files and delete or edit what ever you want.But be sure to backup the apps or files you delete if any thing goes wrong.

3. Droid wall


A firewall for Android . It allows unrestricted WiFi access, however it blocks all access over the cellular network unless you add the application to the white list.It means when you install any application from Play store,then there are certain application which misuses the permissions and install third party apps on your device.So to avoid this situation you can add this apps to blacklist.

How to use?

Just browse to the application which you want to add in blacklist and done.No need to worry about your Internet data plan.

4. Busy BoxBUSYBOX

A must have for any rooted phone! Almost EVERY rooted applications needs BusyBox to perform their magic, if you have a rooted phone then you need BusyBox. 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”.

5. No Bloat

No bloat

No Bloat lets you  delete unwanted apps that come pre-installed with your phone. Simply select the bloat ware that you want to get rid of and click delete .No Bloat can automatically place backups on your external storage which you can restore at any time.

How to use?

After getting Root access to your phone,you just need to browse to application and delete unwanted system apps.

6. Disk Digger

Disk Digger

Disk Digger can undelete and recover lost photos and images from your memory card or internal memory. Whether you accidentally deleted a photo, or even reformatted your memory card, Disk Digger’s powerful data recovery features can find your lost pictures and let you restore them, or send them to an email account.

How to use?

Let the app scan for your lost photos or files and after successful scan you can recover the deleted photos or files.so get started and recover your lost data.

7. 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.

How to use?

Backup your files with the help of this app and select the apps and wait untill the the backing up process completes.

8. Add Block Plus


This is also a must have app for the users who want to avoid the annoying apps between playing games or using any application.

How to use?

Simply start the app and rest the app will do.

9. Terminal Emulator

Terminalemulator This is the Term app written by Google. This application allows you to pull up the Linux command line on your phone. You can write the command shells Of Linux with the help of this app.

10. Link2sd

Link2SD is an application manager that makes it easy for Android 2.0+ users to move applications to the SD card, to clean all cache files of the apps. It enables you to manage your apps and storage easily.

How to use? Link2sd

Once the applications of your device are scanned you can select the apps and just move it to Sd card.It will take some time and done your memory can be saved.

The of all the application is here: Android Application’s


  1. really nice article Nauman. i would like to mention some of apps i used. LBE privacy guard : which is very helpful protecting your privacy from unknown app permissions, Chainfire 3d : to increase your gaming performance, market enabler : to download apps from diff regions, tasker : there is no limit of things you can do with this app,A must have app, Tor : to proxy your connection, also there are hundreds of other apps as per your use.

    thanks for sharing !

    • Hey Ketan,
      Thanks for the compliment,and yes there are lots of applications for a Rooted Mobile phone,but i have listed the common and most used apps after rooting and your list is also nice..

    • Unless you know EXACTLY what you are doing, do not try to use Chain fire 3D. If you device isn’t 100% compatible, which few are, you risk bricking your device!


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