The 5 Best Auto-Clicker Apps for Android (Non-Rooted Phones)

Feel the need for some automation? These apps can help

Auto-clicker and automation apps are tools that help automate various tasks, functions, and operations on your Android device. Auto-tapping apps typically work with a movable or floating control panel, allowing you to start, stop, and pause your taps. Automation apps can perform automatic clicking or tapping and can be programmed to carry out nearly any action your device can perform.

With the use of triggers, actions, and constraints (macros), automation apps can help you get the most out of your phone or tablet. If you want to automate gaming actions, system maintenance, or practically any function or action your device can perform, these auto-tapper apps can deliver without requiring root access.

These apps should work no matter which manufacturer made your Android phone: Samsung, Google, Huawei, Xiaomi, etc.

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Screenshots of the MacroDroid app for Android
What We Like
  • Offers a clear and functional user interface.

  • Good selection of pre-loaded actions.

What We Don't Like
  • Setup is a little confusing for beginners.

MacroDroid uses macros to automate a wide range of daily tasks and operations. With more than 100 pre-coded actions, MacroDroid helps you maximize your device's potential while minimizing your input efforts.

Reducing battery usage, managing data connectivity, and creating custom sound profiles are just a few of the many tasks MacroDroid can handle. For more advanced users, scripts, plugins, and user-defined variables are available for additional customization. The app offers a free version with a five-macro limit as well as an unlimited Pro version.

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Screenshot of Automatic Clicker working in Android
What We Like
  • The free version offers all available features.

  • The app clicks and taps quickly and accurately.

What We Don't Like
  • Features are limited.

QuickTouch is another mobile app that provides fast, accurate auto-tapping. Similar to Tapping, QuickTouch has a floating panel that acts as the app's start/stop controller; it can be moved around as needed, including for mobile games that call for aggressive and repetitive tapping. Adjust the click delay, duration, and the timeout period as necessary.

QuickTouch supports Android 7.0 and up, is free to download, and offers a Pro, ad-free version for a low cost.

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Screenshots of AnkuLua game bot for Android
What We Like
  • Recording option is easy to use and functions well with most apps tested.

What We Don't Like
  • Free version has a one-script limitation.

AnkuLua works by running scripts that automate the actions you'd take using an app or game. You don't have to write any code or know any programming languages; simply record your activities and then set any additional conditions.

The app has a community forum where members share scripts and ideas, as well as get support from the developer. AnkuLua is free to download and supports Android 4.0 and up. A Pro version with more features is available, with prices varying based on how long of a license you purchase.

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Screenshot of the E-Robot app on Android
What We Like
  • App has an extensive selection of both actions and events.

  • Offers parameterized editing options.

What We Don't Like
  • The app is slightly advanced for newcomers to mobile device automation.

E-Robot comes with more than 170 different event types and more than 150 action types that all can be edited by parameters. The app can run events that are location-oriented, application-based, time-triggered, and more.

E-Robot supports Android 4.0 and up, can execute JavaScript, and comes with third-party support for tools such as Ipack icons and plugins. The free version has no feature limitations but does display ads. Purchase a Pro key or donate to the developer to have the ads removed.

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Screenshot of the Automate application on Android
What We Like
  • The app is very easy to use.

  • The big list of building blocks makes for endless automation possibilities.

What We Don't Like
  • The app occasionally stops on some devices.

Automate is similar to Automagic in that it uses flowcharts to set automation paths and tasks. Editing your flowcharts is done by adding or removing building blocks, which are visually represented in chart form.

The app comes with a vast list of building blocks to customize, including alarms, account sync, notifications, Bluetooth, contacts, calendar, camera, Gmail, map, ringtone, and more. There's an active in-app community that shares custom flows and ideas on how to utilize the application.

Automate supports Android 4.0 and up and is free to download. The Premium version has no restrictions on the number of running blocks.

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