If you have been following the My Android Club to learn the rooting process in simple manner, then you might have noted one thing that in each rooting guide, we warn you to take backup of data.
This step is very important and a number of tools are available in the Google Play, that can help you in doing so.
App Manager is one glowing name from such tools list.
All thank goes to the XDA Developers Forum Member masterjb for developing this amazing app.
You can use it to install/uninstall apps, to take backup of the apps and also to check the details of any app.
Let’s have a look at the features of App Manager in brief.
App Manager Android Application Features
- Uninstall the apps one by one
- Uninstall the multiple apps at once
- Take backup of apps
- Take backup of apps one by one
- Take backup of multiple apps at once
- Click on Apps from Backups to Install
- Application Information
- Application version
- Application Size(.apk)
- Application Name
- Package Name
- Last Update
- Package Data
App Manager ease the work of taking backup of apps.
Just download and install App Manager on your Android device. Install and run the same.
Just select the apps whose you wish to take backup of. Tap on ‘Backup’ and that’s it.
App Manager will automatically take the backup of your apps to your SD card.
FAQ App Manager Android Application
Where the Apps are backed up?
App Manager takes backup of your files and the backup goes to
What does the App Manager Cost?
It’s completely free to use and is available in the Google Play.
Download App Manager Android App
You can download the App Manager from Google Play. Just follow the link given below to download it.
So what are you waiting for? Give this app a try now and share your experience with us in the comment box below.