Want to unroot your Android phone or tablet that you had rooted during one of your adventures days; well there is an app that can help you with that. Released by Batakang on Google Play, this app claims to unroot any Android device that is already rooted and has some form of Superuser installed.
The app only provides permanent unroot and if you are looking for a temporary unroot app, this is not for you.
As the developer states in Google Play description, it is especially useful when you are trying to complete a warranty return with a carrier or giving the device for repairing at a company service center. As rooting normally voids warranty, you can just unroot the device using this unroot app and can give to the manufacturer or carrier.
Developer also promises to refund your money or add support for your device if it does not work for you. You can always get refunds yourself within the usual 15-min window from Google Play else email the dev.
So, if you are interested, head over to Google Play to download the Universal Unroot app.