50,000 - 100,000 downloads
by Daniel Beste on 06/07/2014
Frequent updates that don't break the app. Worth every penny.
by Mike Duman on 06/07/2014
Paying for the best to show my support for the devs!
by Nick Norman on 03/07/2014
by Ferdi Tbn on 02/07/2014
Love this because support for Intel based device!
by Robert Stites on 28/06/2014
Works very well
by Robert Callahan on 28/06/2014
If your android device is rooted you have to have busybox installed. I paid the extra, very small, few dollars to support the developer because I enjoy having all the binaries my device may need installed, easily and error-free. Also, it supports the developer and gives them an incentive to continuously update the app. So don't be a loser, buy the Pro version...
by Jonathan Muirhead on 28/06/2014
by Jim Newland on 24/06/2014
There's no realistic way for me to know whether BB is exactly what the devs say it is, and that it's totally free of any significant errors or oversights. All I can say is that it seems to have worked flawlessly so far, and that everything about the app and what the devs say about it strikes me as the work of folks who know what they're doing. Five stars.
by Howard Bamber on 19/06/2014
Pay for what you use
by Mick Ey on 16/06/2014
An app done right
by Ricky Webster on 14/06/2014
My old workhorse GS2 GT I9100 running better than new. AOSP Neat ROM family SlimKat v5.6 on Dorimanx kernel V10xx & utilizing ART runtime with AOT process although am considering reveting to JRE & JIT to enable Xposed framework so as to enable full Greenify module features.. Worth every penny. Still a lot of symlinks/applets not supported or not needed. It seems my ROM does write to sbin every b
by Jason Reid on 13/06/2014
What can I say? I need this. 6$ is a steal. I've used the free version a long time... ^_^
by sbcontt on 09/06/2014
Must be the best, why else every app is using this busybox? In that case the dev really deserves the revenue.
by John Reed on 05/06/2014
Does what it says no the can
by Nicholas Caito on 03/06/2014
It is BusyBox or Busybox? You'd think that for $4.99 that the developer would take the time to proofread their work.