Wondershare Data Recovery for Mac
Data Recovery for Mac is an all-in-one Mac data files Data Recovery Software,you can recover lost photos, video, documents, email and archive files from any Mac-based hard drive or external hard drive,such as iPod, iPhone, USB drive, SD card,Memory Card, Digital camera, Mobile phone, and MP3/MP4 player, due to accidental deleting, formatting, virus infection, improper operation, unexpected power failure, and other unknown reasons.
Also, iPhone recovery allows you to recover lost photos, videos, SMS, contacts, note, calendar and call history from iTunes backup file. With the free trial, you can preview all your recovered images, videos, music, documents and archive files prior purchasing this Mac Data Recovery.
Deleted Recovery - Restore deleted files for Mac only on Mac hard drive with HFS+ file system.
Deep Recovery - Deep scan and recover files for Mac from both Mac hard drive and other portable storage devices with HFS+/FAT/ NTFS file system.
For Windows: Data Recovery for Windows
Lost File Recovery
Restore files deleted by Command + Delete or emptied from Trash, and lost files from formatted or corrupted partitions with original file name and structure tree.
Recover your files with a deeper scan.
Recover lost partition and data due to partition loss, partition deleting, and partition error.
iPhone&iPhone Recovery from iTunes backup
Recover lost files of iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, such as photos, videos, SMS, contacts, note, calendar and call history, from iTunes backup file, if they have been synced with iTunes.
Save your scanning result, and import to recover data later without a second scan.
Recover deleted or lost Microsoft Word files, Excel files, PowerPoint files, photo, video, music, txt files,Archive( ZIP, RAR files ), any other file formats existing in storage media.
How to Resume All Lost Data for Mac?
Step 1. Click ‘Resume Recovery.
Step 2. Locate , select the saved previous result files, and click ‘Open’.
Step 3. Preview and find out the files you need.
Step 4. Select a recovery path to save the files.