Well, looking for Android backup applications? The list might never end if you go looking for them on the Google Play Store. So after some research, we have listed the best Android backup apps which you might love using.

These days as most of our data are stored digitally, it has become essential to keep time-to-time backups to ensure proper security. As you should know, electronics is not something that you can take for granted. In case your device get’s damaged, none of us would like to lose all our valuable digital data. Luckily if you are an Android user, these applications can help you keep your data safe by storing them in the Cloud or any offline storage space.

List of Best Android Backup App List To Keep Your Data Safe and Secure in 2020:-

You can find an unending list of Android backup apps if you search the internet. But we have mentioned only the best ones among all of them in terms of usability, security, and performance.

1. G Cloud Backup

G Cloud Backup
G Cloud Backup

G Cloud Backup is an Android backup app. It allows users to store photos, videos, call logs, SMS, MMS, music and system settings. The Android application provides users with 1GB of backup space completely for free. Users can protect their personal files and apps with passwords.

Pros:

  • Available for free
  • Does not require root privileges
  • Allows backups to external SD card

Cons:

  • Contains ads
  • Auto deletes account after 60 days of inactivity

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2. Backup & Restore

  • Backup & Restore
    Backup & Restore

Backup & Restore is a feature-rich app available on the Google Play Store. Users can backup, restore, transfer and share their files and information. It allows to backup files to Google Drive and you can also change the storage path to SD card.

Pros:

  • Available for free
  • Supports the auto-backup system
  • In-built virus and APK files Scanner

Cons:

  • Cannot backup date/settings of the apps.
  • Contains ads

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3. AutoSync by MetaCtrl

AutoSync by MetaCtrl
AutoSync by MetaCtrl

AutoSync is basically a series of backup apps developed by MetaCtrl. These apps are separately available for Google Drive, OneDrive, MEGA, and Dropbox. Basic features in these apps are available for free while for the premium version there are multiple tiers starting from $1.99 to $9.99 which gives its full potential to users.

Pros:

  • Includes tasker support
  • Premium version access supports for larger files and multiple folders

Cons:

  • Requires separate downloads for different storage platforms
  • Premium version is required to sync files/folders greater than 10MB

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4. Resilio Sync

Resilio Sync
Resilio Sync

Unlike other cloud storage services Resilio Sync backups all your files into your own computer. All you need to do is connect your smartphone with your computer. In addition, all your files will be encrypted to avoid unauthorized access. The basic features are available for free, however, the pro version is available for $30-$50. Moreover, there is a separate version available at $29 per month, especially for business use.

Pros: 

  • Private files/data are no more shared with larger companies
  • Also works like other normal cloud storage apps

Cons:

  • Pro version gets a little expensive

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5. Super Backup & Restore

Super Backup & Restore
Super Backup & Restore

Super Backup & Restore is another Android backup app that allows users to backup call logs, messages, apps, contacts, calendars, and bookmarks. Users can directly backup their necessary files on their SD card or Google Drive. Moreover, it claims to be one of the fastest Android back-ups and restore tool.

Pros:

  • Available for free
  • Enables automatic backups
  • Avails customizing options (Dark/White themes)

Cons:

  • Requires rooting device to restore app’s data
  • Contains ads

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6. Google Drive

Google Drive
Google Drive

Well, wherever you go Google always has something special for its users. Google Drive is a giant cloud storage service. It provides users with 15GB storage space which is quite enough for storing all your files, photos, and other documents. Users can share their data with others and also edit them as well.

Pros:

  • Provides enough space
  • Allows offline viewing to files
  • Allows access from all devices and platforms

Cons:

  • Downloading and Uploading files requires a lot of bandwidth

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7. Solid Explorer

Solid Explorer
Solid Explorer

Solid Explorer is a file browser app and one of the best pickups on our list. This app supports a large number of functions and supports SD cards and various other cloud storage services. In other words, you can backup all your files in a single surface itself.

Pros:

  • Quick and easy to use
  • Also works as a file manager

Cons:

  • Requires constant internet connection

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8. Titanium Backup

Titanium Backup
Titanium Backup

Titanium Backup app allows users to backup and restores app data, call logs, SMSes, contacts, etc. Although, this app is especially for the root users and supports all Android versions. However, the premium version opens some extra features like an automatic backup system, syncing to cloud storage, etc.

Pros:

  • Completely ad-free app
  • Supports backup to SD card

Cons:

  • Needs root access

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9. Helium App Sync & Backup

Helium App Sync & Backup

If you are in search of a free solution to all your problems related to backup, Helium backup is the right choice for you. It offers a bunch of options with its free version including backups of your SMS, app data, contacts, and more.

However, with its premium one, you can even sync your data with some alternate cloud storage. Although the free version comes with ads, it is still recommended because of its feature-rich package.

Pros:

  • Backup and restore in SD card
  • Backup and restore from PC
  • With the premium version, sync to Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.

Cons: 

  • Contains ads

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10. My Backup

My Backup

My Backup is a reliable option available for both rooted and non-rooted Android devices. The app locally backups your data to your SD card or the internal space itself. Moreover, you can also schedule automatic periodic backups.

The best part is it can take a backup of almost all types of data such as apps, videos, audios, call logs, contacts, images, etc. A user with root access can even take backups of data and APK’s as well.

Pros:

  •  Saves data to local storage
  • Supports cloud backup
  • Defrosts all frozen application
  • Wipes data and cache of various applications

Cons: 

  • Free version support ads
  • Contains bugs

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From Editor’s Desk

So, these were the top 8 options we were talking about. And as said before, there are many other alternatives available in the market. You can definitely try any of them. Also, let us know which one you liked the most.

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