Suppose you want to hard-reset (factory reset) your Android phone or want to flash a new ROM, the first step is backing up your installed applications. So you can restore them instantly and no need to download them all again. There are several apps available for backing up task, however if you’re looking for a simple solution, you may definitely like the free application App Manager.

App Manager is designed to be a simple to use app for Android users to back up their apps in bulk or one-by-one. In addition, it has also a provision to uninstall apps in bulk (batch uninstall). App Manager also gives extensive information about each app.



App Manager has a very easy to use interface. After installation, just check the applications you want to back up or hit check all option for batch back up, and then tap backup. Your apps are safely backed up onto your SD card.

Save the backed up apps on your computer for safekeeping. For that, connect your phone to your PC and go to your SD card – Android – Data –burrows.apps.appmanger. Copy and save the folder on your PC.

App Manager can be downloaded from Play Store here. The free version displays ads on your phone.


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  1. This is cool, I own a Galaxy S3 and Galaxy note, I have loads of apps on Galaxy note which I want to automatically sync to S3. I hope this would help, let me know if you have any other way to do it

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