Last Updated: 2023-04-24
Best backup apps for Android
Autosync for Google Drive
Contains Ads In-app Purchases 1M+ installs
The best way to back up Android files and folders is to use a cloud storage service. The best way to sync huge amounts of files from your PC to your phone. Nothing syncs, even though history logs state that files have been transferred. You still have to sync those to your Android one at a time using the built-in features of Google Drive. Good for work-related things, or attending events where you want it sorted into its own folder. Very useful to ensure files get backed up and to share photos to a tablet used as a photo frame.
Contains Ads In-app Purchases 500K+ installs
This app solves it and allows you to append your old backed-up messages to the current messages. Simple backup to HTML with attachments Seems simple to use, and exporting with pictures works fine. Also saves pictures and formats conversations perfectly. Used for emailing the entire thread of texting to a single recipient. Pretty simple, free, and it emails the messages.
No Ads In-app Purchases 100K+ installs
The bestest best app for backing up your apps, call logs, messages, and even Wi-Fi passwords to local and cloud. Simple, clean, and easily extremely powerful, for anyone who needs to keep their phone up to their backup standards. Also, one suggestion, if possible: better to remove, compulsorily, Google account access for users who don't want cloud sync. Perfect way to create local backups of apps and other important elements. Assumed it was just to add multiple time slots. Very clean interface, simple to use, and backs up all of your app data.
SMS Backup & Restore
Contains Ads No purchases 10M+ installs
You can back up all of your call logs and text messages with media via this app for free. Just point it to the backup location, set up a schedule, and it has been as reliable as the sun rising and setting every day. Also, it can back up messages and call logs in Google Drive in the form of XML files, which is exactly what is needed. All messages and calls were moved safely to the new device; the timestamps are correct, and contact names are all present in the call history. For a person who wants to maintain a log of all his communications, it's extremely superb.