install / uninstall apps
share install files (apk) and market links
backup install files (multiple versions)
Backup local or Dropbox
You can choose between the backup locations: local storage (SD card) or Dropbox. If you decide to Dropbox, you can access your backups from all your devices.
1-click batch uninstall apps
1-click batch install apps
1-click batch restore app & app-data
Backup configuration per app
Through a flexible configuration for each app individually (auto backup, maximum number of files) you are able to save the storage space and have full control over your backups.
No waiting time
All long-term operations are performed in the background. Start batch backup or restore, leave AppMonster and do other things.
Dropbox as cloud storage provides a local cache. All backup operations can be used offline. If the cache is up-to-date, all restore operations can be used offline as well.
Backups will be synced in the background. The status of the of syncing will be displayed in the backups screen. If syncing isn’t active, and you want to ensure up-to-date data, use “Force sync” in the menu of the backups screen.
For root users
SuperSU is required. Busybox is included in the app. Busybox will be not installed on the system, it will be stored in the app’s private folder. Some issues could occur depends on SELinux, so please mail me before rate.
To enter the batch mode use long-click on list items. To leave batch mode use BACK key or “cancel” icon in the action bar.
Size in the app list is the size of the current install file (apk).
Size in the backup list is the size of the whole app backup (install files, app-data etc).
– Several bug fixes and improvements
File Name : AppMonster pro Apk [Latest]
File Size : 5.8 MB
Publisher : not-available
OS Support: Android