If you are here then you probably know what an auto clicker app for Android (with and without Root) is and exactly why you need it. But in case someone stumbled upon this article and wonders what an auto clicker app for Android actually does, it’s basically an app that automatically clicks on a point on the screen.
They can be used for numerous reasons but mostly they are used for videogame automation and sometimes for ad manipulation. No matter what your reason is, the 5 best auto clicker of apps for Android will make your life a lot easier.
Auto clicker app for Android may seem simple enough, there is actually a lot of thought behind almost all of them, and they also provide other useful automation functions such as image detection and button detection. Of course these are all advanced features and you may only need the auto clicking functionality, which of course is readily available on all of these apps.
Note: The 5 best auto clicker apps for Android were tested on a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Sony Xperia Z smartphones. The apps worked fine on both smartphones and no problems were faced during the testing. You don’t even need to have an active Internet connection for these apps to work which is a big plus.
Important Note: Most of the apps require a rooted device to work properly, it is highly recommended that you try them out first and then go for the root. Unfortunately, all of the apps will require a rooted device to work properly.
RepetiTouch for Android is a simple app that enables you to record and replay touch events. All you need to do is simply record and then just as easily replay the touchscreen input.
There is a handy record button that allows you to start recording the touches, along with the touch input delay. Once you are done press the stop button to save the actions.
There is one small problem though, you will have to be careful when recording because any number of situations can result in an inaccurate recording. For example, if you receive a call during recording, you will still input touches by sliding the ignore call button, so make sure you are doing exactly what you want to replay afterwards.
Multi-touch support is only available on certain devices but I’m sure most of the devices are supported. There is an option of looping the replay as well, so you can sit back and let the phone handle everything for you.Show Downloads
AnkuLua Game automation
[No Root Required]
If you are playing a certain game that is getting repetitive or tiresome but you still want to beat your friends, this is the best app for you. Ankulua: Game Automation allows you to perform certain actions without the need of your manual inputs.
I’ve certainly played my share of farming and daily challenge games that get boring after a while but I still wanted to be ahead of my friends in everything. I wish I had this app back in the days of Farmville and Mafia Wars. However, if you are still into games that require a set number of actions each day, this is a great app.
With this app users can, click on picture, wait for pictures to appear and disappear, type text, drag and drop from one picture to another. Sure the app will take some time to set up for each game but if you want to get ahead, this is your best option.Show Downloads
[Works Without Root]
This app allows you to string together different blocks on a flow chart to achieve what you want. While it may be far from an autoclicker, with just a few combos you can easily make it one.
Especially, if you want to time the inputs or make a schedule that will activate certain clicks on a specific time. Not only can you easily set up your Android to automate certain things but also easily activate apps and perform functions.
This is a great way to start your app automatically, and then implement a set number of actions with ease. One great thing about this app is the complete absence of ads whatsoever, the premium version only unlocks the use of more than 30 blocks, which I think is more than generous.Show Downloads
HiroMacro Auto-Touch Macro
HiroMacro Auto-Touch is one of the most popular auto clicker apps for Android and is perhaps the first one as well. It has been around for a while now and is used by thousands of users.
You will need a rooted device for the app to work, this is exactly why so many people are giving the app a negative rating on the Google Play Store page. I tried it on an unrooted Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and it doesn’t work at all, but it works just as intended on a rooted Sony Xperia Z phone.
The app allows you to record certain taps on screen that can easily be played back when needed. I had no troubles at all while playing around with the app and I recommend it to anyone who just wants a simple auto clicker app for Android.Show Downloads
[No Root Required]
AutoInput is one of the few autoclicker apps for Android that doesn’t need a rooted device to work properly. However, there is a catch, you will need to have Tasker installed on your device because this is just a plugin for that app.
If you are not familiar with Tasker, be sure to check out our Tasker Review and Tasker vs IFFIT comparison articles. You can easily get a 2 week trial of Tasker to try out this plugin though, which can help you to determine its worth.
There is also a 7 day trial for AutoInput as well so you can make sure if this is what you need or not. Overall, the app plugin is getting a lot of praise from anyone who used it and I’m sure you’ll like it as well.Show Downloads
These were some of the best auto clicker apps for Android. I know they are not perfect but they will get the job done for you, you will just need to find the one that suits your needs.
I personally have no need for these apps so, I wasn’t as invested or creative in the testing, the lack of scenarios was the real hurdle in my testing. However, from what I’ve read, the apps are all great at something, now it is up to you to find the one that is best for your needs.
Just like always, if you have suggestions or questions, be sure to ask them in the comments below.