Android Backup Apps
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Here you will discover three great backup apps for your Android device.
There is a big number of backup apps available for Android, but many of them require a rooted phone.
If you don't want to root your phone, there are at least three reliable and easy to use apps which will allow you to back up files and restore them in an easy way.
In this article, I will present you the three best Android backup apps which will effectively protect you from loss of data. Ready?
This is by far the simplest and the easiest to use Android backup app. The startup screen is very simple and not overloaded with unknown features.
Basically, you have just five features available: backup, restore, manage, view, schedule. In each of them you can backup/restore/manage either applications&media or data. The app is not free but you can use 30-day trial to see if you like it.
App Backup & Restore
This app is used to back up and restore Android apps only. After you turn it on, you will see a list of apps installed on your device and you will be able to choose which one to back up.
The app's main features include: backup apps to SD card, batch backup, backup market link for protected apps, restore apps from SD card, batch restore, quick uninstalling, sort apps by name, install date, size, auto backup on install, show storage usage, multi version backup and many more. The app's free and free of ads.
You can download this backup app here.
This is the app I have been using since forever. The app never created any problems. It lets you backup apps, SMS, Contacts, Call Logs, Calendars and Bookmarks. After you make a backup of your data, you can send it via e-mail.
All of its features work perfectly apart from Call Logs. The app will back up and then restore your call logs, but after you restore them you won't see callers' names but just their phone numbers. The app is free and small ads are displayed at the bottom of the screen.
You can download this app here.
It doesn't really matter which app you choose but it's very important to perform backups on a regular basis. We tend to store more and more important data on our Android devices (e.g. books, business presentations, SMS messages, contacts, to-do lists) and that's why we shouldn't risk losing them all at once. If you are on a budget, I'd suggest using one of free Android backup apps.
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