Why Titanium Backup Pro instead of Nandroid Manager
I have several TWRP nandroid backups of all my Roms. I downloaded Nandroid Manager and can open any of those Roms, explore them, and restore apps, data, or both. You can select individual apps, all apps, apps not installed, system apps, etc.
I'm wondering what's the use of Titanium Backup Pro if I can simply restore all my apps from a nandroid backup?
I guess with regards to backups, the only advantage I see is that each nandroid backup contains redundant apps and data (not sure if you can use TWRP to make a backup without the apps or data).
If you could make a backup of the Rom with themes/settings only, backup all apps/data separately with Titanium Pro, you could avoid this redundancy thus keeping smaller Roms with apps saved only once rather than for each Rom; however, perhaps this only helps if you plan to restore app only without data ... I thought I read it wasn't good to restore app data on a new Rom??
Is this the advantage of using Titanium and keeping the stock/lightly modified Rom backups or do I simply backup with all apps/themes installed and use Nandroid Manager on new Roms?