Top 10 Root Apps for Android : Widgets

Rooting Android comes with hundreds of benefits. However, one of the most popular benefits is being able to download thousands of exciting new apps.

On a normal Android device, apps have to go through a rigorous certification process before they get listed on Google Play and other Android marketplaces. Certain apps are removed because they compete with apps already offered by the hardware manufacturer, while others are removed because the hardware manufacturer simply doesn’t like them.

To help you get the most out of your rooted Android device, here are the top 10 root apps currently available to users of rooted Android devices:



Root Browser

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Root Browser is a file manager app which has most of the same functions as Root Explorer but is available for free.

Root Explorer may have arrived on the Play Store first, but Root Browser has stolen some of Root Explorer’s thunder by offering the same seamless file management experience without the $3.99 price tag.

In our Root Browser review, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about Root Browser – including why it’s one of the most popular rooted Android apps available today.

SDFix: KitKat Writable MicroSD

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For some bizarre reason, Android 4.4 KitKat disabled the ability to write files to your microSD card. SDFix aims to fix that problem.

This root-only app provides an easy fix for MicroSD writing problems. It restores the ability that KitKat took away simply by changing a line in one single configuration file.

SuperSU

SuperSU Desciption
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SuperSU is one of the world’s most popular root-only apps. It acts like a security guard for your phone, helping you manage app permissions and ensure apps don’t overstep their boundaries. It's constantly running in the background of most rooted Android users' phones, just waiting for an app to ask for superuser permissions.