You’ll normally and usually do need to Backup data on your Android when making changes to your phone or changing your Smartphone in order to move your existing data to micro sd card, PC or cloud storage services, so that you’re able to restore it safely and successfully in times of need. There are plenty of App on Play Store which offers to easily do it. I have searched and reviewed a number of apps and finally have come up with following top 5 list.
1. Super Backup : SMS & Contacts
Other common features includes:
- Backup apps to SD card
- Backup & restore app’s data(need root)
- Batch restore apps from SD card (need root)
- Backup Contacts & SMS & Call logs & Bookmarks & Calendars to SD card
- Restore Contacts & SMS & Call logs & Bookmarks & Calendars from SD card
- Can select SMS conversations to backup
- Delete the backup data on SD card
- Schedule automatic backups
- Auto upload scheduled backup files to your Gmail
- Show last backup count & time
- User can change backup folder path in Settings
- Can backup Contact’s group and picture properties
If you I or the App features have convinced you then you can download and install it on your phone via the below download link.
Get it from Google Play Store – Super Backup : SMS & Contacts
2. Mobile Backup & Restore
This is a kind of new, unique App to Backup almost any type of data (Contacts, SMS, Call logs, Photos, Music, Videos, Apps) from your Android Phone or Tablet to secure and cloud-based servers, so that you’re able to access it at anytime anywhere. Perfect about the is that you can schedule the Backup process for specific items. App is developed by one of the most trusted brand called Avast. However one disadvantage I felt and you people may also, is that the app is not completely free, you can use its basic features and for other like Music, Videos and Apps you’ll have to buy the premium version of the app. However, it does provide you with basic features, which I am sure most of you will need to Backup your Contacts, SMS, Phone logs and Photos. Overall App is great and is updated on regularly basis and above all, is really simple to use.
Get it from Google Play Store – Mobile Backup & Restore
3. Helium – App Sync and Backup
Helium is another great app by ClockworkMod, they developed a number of good and useful apps for Android community and many of them are free to use. Helium perfectly supports both the Backup and Restore options to PC and your device. The App is perfect for both Rooted and Non-Rooted users, but non will have to do a little more efforts in order to set it up and running on their android devices, the step by step procedure is given on the app play store link, which you can visit via the below link. Sorry Motorola users may not benefit from it as it is having some issues on that firmwares.
Get it from Google Play Store – Helium – App Sync and Backup
4. App Backup & Restore
This app used to popular among the users, But recently a number of users have been complaining for some of its features, but to be frank, I so far has received no bugs or errors and I believe it is still one the best app to Backup and sync your phone data. Give it a try and do let me know!!
Get it from Google Play Store – App Backup & Restore
5. Titanium Backup (Root Required)
Titanium is no doubt is counted one of the best Backup App but it only works with Rooted devices and that is the main reason, why I have putted this on the last of list. Because of its features (Almost Backup/Restore/Delete any kind of data on your Android) It has immensely received a good response, reviews and feedback from a number of Android users and expert. Just like other apps it has two versions, basic is free and for advance you’ll have to buy the premium version. Additionally you can also use Titanium App to get rid of the bloatware (stock installed Apps). Overall, it offers you the same features as other like scheduling and so on.
Get it from Google Play Store – Titanium Backup
That was all, about the best Backup and Restore Apps for Android Phones and Tablets. Hopefully you’ve found your favorite. We would like you to share your favorite one in the comment section.
How on earth did titanium made it to the top 5?
The design of that app is so poor that people would need to read a book on how to use it. Is completely non intuitive. I just emailed their support group about making that poorly designed app stop saving my backups on my phone memory, even when I linked my dropbox to it.