Highly Functional and Free Android Toolkit can Make Your Experience with the OS a Lot More Pleasant

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  • 24 Feb 2014
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  • There is certainly no shortage when it comes to the all-in-one toolbox apps for Android on the Play Store. In fact we can easily state there really isn’t anything that you wouldn’t find in all forms in terms of apps for the Google OS. Just think about it: there are over 6000 flashlight apps on the Store. Each offering its benefits while not working but for a limited number of devices. About out toolbox – I found it interesting because it offers lots of options, has a highly usable interface and it’s free.

    appwererabbit

    AppWererabbit is designed for both Android smartphones and tablets. Though in the naming on the Store you will find the “Backup” naming that is hardly the only option the app offers. The reason for it however is that it offers many features in these egard. You can: Backup/Restore apps to/from SD card; Backup Play Store link for protected apps; batch backup and restore, auto-backup on app install and a lot more.

    About the other features the app offers I can honestly say it will make you uninstall lots of apps you have installed on your smartphone/tablet. We have the App2SD feature, Cache Cleaner, Apk Installer and Renamer and even a less usual feature called App Sharer that allows you to Share interesting apps you discovered with your friends and even send .APK files through cloud services. There are also some extras to have – like:

    – Filter apps by System, User, Frozen, etc…
    – Sort apps by install-date, name, size, cache size, etc…
    – Selectable display language

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    AppWererabbit is available in free form on the Store. The latest updated made it even faster, reduced the memory footprint and startup time. There is also a PRO version you might want to take a look at because of the features it offers or rather unlocks. On top of everything we also get a large number of translations with even more to come.

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