There are already most-known names for back-up apps. Ultimate Backup maybe isn't one of them, however, it comes with all the main features from other apps that you maybe have heard about. Let's focus on that features.
First off, as its name suggests, Ultimate Backups has some great features for backup and restore your apps and other relevant data. It allows to backup and restore apps one-by-one or by batches. There's an option for automatically backup apps when they got installed and the opposite too. Backup files can be shared by e-mail or be located on Dropbox as well as other cloud-storage services.
Likewise, UB allows users to manage processes on their devices. There's a built-in task killer that allow to end processes (all of them or by batches) and make ignore list for task killer. What's more, it shows data about your memory usage.
Actually, Ultimate Backup is a apps manager: it allows you to uninstall apps by batches (really useful if you use to install lots of apps) and even schedule uninstall (this requires root permissions). In fact, there are lots of specific features for rooted devices: force close apps, zipalign all apks, clean up dalvik-cache, fix permissions on all apps, etc.
You can freeze apps, apply filters and sort by. Pro version comes with some other interesting feature. Check them out in the app sheet.
Ultimate Backup includes lots of features for comprehensively manage your apps. The only catch: UI should be enhanced on usability and layout. Despite of this, great app.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Aug 17, 2012