Androcker: Docker Companion

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About this app

Docker is an open platform for developing, shipping, and running applications.
Docker enables you to separate your applications from your infrastructure so you can deliver software quickly.
With Docker, you can manage your infrastructure in the same ways you manage your applications.
By taking advantage of Docker’s methodologies for shipping, testing, and deploying code quickly, you can significantly reduce the delay between writing code and running it in production.

Androcker is an unofficial companion app for Docker.

It lets you monitor and manage your Docker Hosts on the go. Anytime. Anywhere.
Management features are being added progressively.

This app contains non-intrusive Ads to help support its development. To remove them and support the development, please consider purchasing the in-app product to unlock all the premium features.

• Docker Remote API : This app communicates with Docker hosts via the remote REST API. As such, it requires your Docker daemon to be accessible via the network.
See (for instructions on how to make the Docker daemons listen on one or more given ports) and (highly recommended for setting up Docker daemons for secure connections).


• Material Design UI, with Dark and Light themes

• Can handle multiple Docker hosts, each with different set of settings

• It supports both TLS and non-TLS channels. Of course, sensitive info (including TLS Certificates and Keys) is encrypted locally and never ever leave your mobile device.

• PIN protection

• Node information at a glance

• List of Containers

→ Ability to perform various actions against containers: edit name, start, stop, kill, restart, pause, resume

→ View realtime stats (CPU, Memory, Network, I/O, Top Processes)

→ View container logs

• List of Images

→ Ability to tag or remove images

→ View image history

→ Pull Images

• List of Volumes

• List of Networks

→ Ability to disconnect containers from a given network

• List of Events

Please note that this app is not affiliated to the official Docker project.

Feel free to reach out at for any inquiries.
Updated on
Nov 22, 2020

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80 reviews
Caleb Fultz
February 16, 2021
After paying to remove the ads, they are literally everywhere. Even when they aren't, a "Sponsor" square/rectangle is in the way. The app so far is awesome, but please fix the licensing and ad removal before offering it as an in-app purchase.
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A Google user
March 27, 2019
I can only see images and networks but not containers because it returns this error: "expected a string but was a BEGIN_ARRAY at line 1 column 1791 path $.Swarm.RemoteManagers". I've swarm mode enabled and docker version 18.09.1
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Youssef Zekri
September 26, 2021
One of the few docker companion apps on the Playstore that lets you check logs (for free). To get it to work, edit the "/lib/systemd/system/docker.service" file, and add "-H=tcp://" at the en of the "ExecStart=" line.
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What's new

* Notable changes * :

Compatibility with latest Android 11. Minimum required Android version is now Android 4.4 (API level 19).

Bug fixes and improvements:
- Fixes issues when connecting to secure Docker Hosts
- Fixes issues with recent versions of Docker
- Fixes issues when sending feedback from within the app