Android (rooted): Most days, having a rooted phone is an asset. But it can become a liability when a certain app refuses to run on rooted devices. RootCloak aims to prevent that.
RootCloak — which requires the Cydia Substrate platform — attempts to hide all traces of root access from specific apps the user designates. The developer claims that it can't always be 100 per cent effective, especially if you're using a custom ROM, because there are too many ways for an app to detect whether or not you have root access. However, for those RootCloak can block, you can gain access to functionality that might otherwise be blocked off.