10 Best Apps For Rooted Phones You Must Install Right Now 

Every root user must try these apps. 

10 Best Apps For Rooted Phones You Must Install Right Now 
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Rooting your phone is very much essential these days. Android phones allow you to customise them with root access. If you're a root user, then you must have some apps in your phone.
Let's check out the list of 10 best apps for rooted phones. Don't forget to thank me for it.

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1) Titanium Backup

1) Titanium Backup

Every root user is aware of Titanium Backup as it is one of the best apps for rooted phones. This app has been existing from the time rooting has been invented and is still popular in the Android market. Titanium Backup is used to backup apps and the date present in them. It also saves your apps and data to the SD card which is not lost even on resetting the phone.
If you love experimenting and downloading new stuff, then you must have this app on your phone. 

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2) iFont

2) iFont
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iFont is one of the best apps for rooted phones. This app earned popularity due to the availability of wide range of fonts in it. This app can be used on any Android version and make your phone look unique. iFont provides you free access to hundreds of fonts.  

3) Root Browser

3) Root Browser
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Root Browser is a must have an app for rooted phones. It is widely used as a file manager and root browser in Android phones. This app is useful for carrying out simple tasks such as copying, pasting, extracting, editing build props, etc. This app can perform both easy and complicated functions. Besides root user, anyone new to rooting can also try Root Browser app. 

4) Dumpster 

4) Dumpster 
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The dumpster is the recycle bin app for Android phones. It allows users to recover deleted images, videos, and music files as well as uninstalled apps. Dumpster eases the rooting process by keeping deleted files and allowing recovery later. 

5) Flashify 

5) Flashify 
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Flashify automates the hectic process of flashing boot, recovery, and other .img files to and from the Android phones. Using this app, the root user can flash boot and recover images, create full backups and sync backups between devices and desktop. Amazing! 

6) Rec 

6) Rec 
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Rec is a recording app that works on Android version 4.4 and later. It allows users to record video or audio on their Android phones without working with the command line interface. With Rec app, the root user can configure recording resolution and bit rate, record audio through the microphone and set the duration of a recording. 

7) System App Remover 

7) System App Remover 
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System App Remover helps to root your phones by removing all the pre-installed bloatware on your device. This app eases the process of root access by providing valuable suggestions to remove apps which can be dangerous to system functionality. 

8) Root Call Blocker Pro

8) Root Call Blocker Pro
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It is an Android call and SMS/MMS blocker that silently blocks calls at the system level. Root Call Blocker Pro runs in the background silently and filters out unknown, withheld and private numbers, or even entire area or country codes.  

9) Servers Ultimate Pro 

9) Servers Ultimate Pro 
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Root users must have this app on their Android phones. Servers Ultimate Pro allows users to run more than 60 types of servers and more than 70 protocols. This app allows you to run multiple servers together. Using this app, you can turn your Android device into the email server, web server and a torrent tracker. 

10) Tasker 

10) Tasker 
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As the name suggests, Tasker is a task automation app that allows you to create your own automatic task scripts based on a wide variety of customizable triggers. Installation of Tasker in rooted phones let you perform several custom task options.

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