Who said rooting an Android smartphone was complicated? Nowadays, there are quite a few applications that allow us to carry out this process without having to connect our device to a Windows computer and by means of a fully automated process, as is the case of iRoot.
Thanks to this app, we can modify the settings of our operating system and customize our smartphone at a much deeper level to do things as interesting as saving battery, uninstalling the bloatware that's present on our device, making backups or speeding up our processor.
Root your phone by tapping a button
Downloading the APK file of this app that's obviously not available on Google Play allows us to root our Android by means of a step-by-step process. We only have to tap the huge button on the interface, wait for a few minutes for the automatic process to do all the dirty work, reboot our phone when demanded, and check if everything has worked correctly.
However, this kind of app also has its cons and we should bear them in mind before rooting our device: we'll lose our warranty, the operating system may become unstable or our phone could even stop working. Finally, before you try out this application, you should know that the developer's website includes a list of all the smartphones and tablets compatible with the app (although the list may not be 100% up to date.)