Friday, December 20, 2013

best android terminal emulators

Shell Commander
Created using Eclipse, GIMP and Inkscape, Shell Commander is an easy-to-use shell that comes with a file explorer built right into it. With support for text editing, Shell commander makes it easy view, enter and modify commands. Furthermore, for those who love to play in the wilderness, the app also supports ‘sudo’, making it even more powerful. With more than 10K installs so far, Shell commander is freely available for download from the Android marketplace.
shell commander
Android Terminal Emulator (ATE)
Android Terminal Emulator is a free application that lets you access your Android’s built-in command shell whilst emulating the style of a Digital Equipment Corporation VT-100 terminal. Accessible on both rooted and non-rooted phones, the application can be used to run utility programs on your Android device. If at all the white-on-blue interface is hurting your eyes, the app also lets you customize fonts and colors of your emulator. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars in the marketplace, ATE has been downloaded more than a million times so far
android terminal emulator
Better Terminal Emulator Pro
Better Terminal Emulator Pro or BETP is an advanced multi-session Terminal Emulator and SSH client for your phone, tablet and Google TV. Available for rooted as well as non-rooted phones, BETP lets you run a huge set of Linux utilities right from your Android device. Not only does the application include BusyBox and BASH support, it also comes loaded with an SSH, Telnet and an FTP client. For those who love swiping across the keyboard, the app also includes support for Swype. Moreover, BETP is one of the very few apps that support such a wide range of devices including tablets, TVs and of course smartphones. The app is not free but considering the 4.6 out of 5 stars and the huge number of features that it comes packed with, BETP is definitely worth your hard-earned cash.
better terminal emulator
Script Manager
Script manager is a free Android application that doubles up as a script editor as well as a multi-terminal emulator. Not only does the application let you manage and execute shell scripts, it also allows you to schedule cron jobs, run scripts at boot-up and do much much more. Another unique thing about this emulator is that it lets you insert code into your scripts using QR codes. Once you’re done entering your commands, you can also share your output with your friends and colleagues (though, we can’t guarantee how your friends will react once you do that). Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars, Script Manager has had over 50K downloads so far.
script manager


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