Superuser is a very simple application that allows you to get Super rights for your apps on an Android device. It doesn’t require that your phone or tablet must be connected to your PC as in Kingo ROOT. Users can launch this utility as a standard Android application with APK extension. However, it requires that you already have Root.
The program provides access to Root for your apps. It can be used as Root-manager. A user can see the list of app names. It’s very convenient if you want to quickly give or cancel Root Access for certain applications.
The app has a pretty simple interface. You have a list of rooted applications. An app will be added automatically after you provide it Root Access. The rooting process could be done in a background mode if it needs too much time. Program settings allow you to view a log and notifications when you an app is granted Superuser permissions. Also, you can customize your app list and use advanced security options. The Elite version allows users to backup/restore apps or preferences.
We don’t recommend you to use Superuser if you don’t know sequences of app rooting. It can be harmful to your firmware device. Phone and tablet manufacturers usually refuse guarantee service to users who get high privilege mode (Root Access) on their devices. So, you should be careful not only about Superuser but other Root applications. If you already have high privilege mode, and you want to manage Root apps, we recommend you to use this program.
Key features and functions
Allows you to get SU by several swipes.
You can easily cancel SU rights for a certain app in the list.
Shows detailed information about apps in the list.
Supports a lot of firmware types.
Limitations of trial version
The Elite version grants additional features. And it costs about $2.
Improved binary updater.
Fixed FC when entering preferences on pre-HC devices.