Rooting your Android device is quite easy these days, what with all the tools and tutorials that are readily available on the Web. The main reason users want to root their Android device is that they need access to the system files, where they can modify and customize the device.

Once rooted, there are a number of apps in the Play Store that can turn your Android device into a better phone. If you’re wondering which apps will come in handy for a rooted phone, then you’ve come to the right place.

Here are 10 such apps for your rooted Android device. See how they can be of use to you.

Enjoy!

LBE Privacy Guard

LBE Privacy Guard

All of your installed Android apps require different permissions to perform various functions. However, some apps tend to ask for permissions that are required. With the LBE Privacy Guard, you can easily customize app permissions for each of your apps. Don’t worry because you can always revert to default app permissions whenever necessary.

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This Android app is a lightweight companion for the default system bar on tablets. It disables the bottom system bar on most tablets running Android 3 or Android 4. With this app, you can use the full screen for your own apps without wasting space for the bottom bar.

SD-Booster

SD-Booster

SD-Booster will speed up your external and internal SD-Card(s) and SD-Memory, up to 40 times! Whether you’re starting apps, listening to your favorite music, or just swapping data with your PC, you can enjoy a new feeling of speed on your Android phone anytime and anywhere, with the help of SD-Booster. It’s the first and only app that comes with support for each card separately.

GMD Gesture Control Lite

GMD Gesture Control Lite

Gesture-controlling your Android device is an intuitive way to turn simple tasks even simpler, with multi-touch gestures. This app comes loaded with predefined gesture controls and allows you to set your own gestures for easy operation.

Greenify

Greenify

Greenify allows your Android device to run smoothly and lastingly as it did the first day you had it. With this app, your device will never have to be slow or drain your battery fast. It helps you identify and put misbehaving apps into hibernation when you’re not using them, so they can stop lagging your device and leeching the battery. It preserves full functionality when running in foreground, and will do nothing without explicit launch by you or other apps.

Root Uninstaller

Root Uninstaller

If you don’t like stock or system apps, then this app’s for you. It works by freezing pre-installed apps on your phone, and more. It’s a fast and simple uninstaller that’s ideal for uninstalling both system and regular apps.

AFWall+ (Android Firewall+)

AFWall+ (Android Firewall+)

AFWall+ is a frontend app for the powerful iptables Linux firewall. It lets you restrict which apps are permitted to access your data networks (2G/3G and/or WiFi, and while in roaming). What’s more, you can control traffic within LAN or while connected through VPN.

Assistive Zoom

Assistive Zoom

This app for Android allows you to use only one finger to complete pinch to zoom. It works on any pinch-to-zoom enabled apps or windows. With this app, you can finally say goodbye to needing both of your hands for zoom in and zoom out in browser, mail, book readers, or whatever!

DataSync

DataSync

Datasync allows you to share app data with other Android devices, so if you have some data and want to sync it between multiple devices, this is the app for you. It mainly works via your local WiFi network, but allows you to sync to the cloud, as well as to sync your apps when your own network is out of range. The app even allows you to sync using Bluetooth and NFC to further decrease the gap between your devices.

DriveDroid

DriveDroid

This app allows you to boot your PC from ISO/IMG files stored on your Android device. It’s perfect for trying Linux distributions or for having a rescue system on-the-go, without the need to burn different CDs or USB pendrives. The app also comes with a convenient download menu where you can download USB images of a number of OS from your device (around 53 different systems available at the moment). Additionally, you can create blank USB images, allowing you to have a blank USB drive. From your PC, you can store files onto the USB drive, as well as use tools on your PC to write images to the drive.