Wondershare Announces Data Recovery for Mac 1.0.0
Wondershare Software, a provider of consumer software, announced the release
of Data Recovery for Mac 1.0.0, which can recover lost data, including
documents, archives, photos, videos, and audio files on Mac OS X. For a single-user
license, the regular price is listed at $89.95, though a company release stated
a sale price of $69.95 for the platform is available through Feb. 25, 2011.
Data Recovery for Mac is designed to recover Mac data from accidental deletion, formatting, virus infection, improper operation and unexpected power failure. It can recover Mac data from lost, deleted and corrupted Macintosh hard drives, iPods, USB drives, secure-digital cards, digital cameras, mobile phones, and MP3/MP4 players.
Compatible with HFS+ (Hierarchical File System Plus), FAT16/32 (File Allocation Table 16/32) and NT File System volumes, this non-destructive Mac file-recovery software ensures safe Mac file recovery without modifying the original data saved on your Mac machine or any other storage media. Versatile preview function lets users analyze Mac data recovery in advance.
"There are a growing number of Mac users who are in need of Mac data-recovery software," Robert Lee, manager of Wondershare's data-security software department, said in a statement.
Key Features of Data Recovery for Mac 1.0.0 include deleted recovery and deep recovery to thoroughly recover a user's Mac data, a read-only application to help ensure safe data recovery for the Mac, the Versatile Preview function (which lets users enjoy Mac data recovery in advance), support for various file formats and any devices that can be recognized by Mac machines, and a complete wizard and user-friendly interface to let users perform Macintosh data recovery with less strain.
Versatile preview when scanning for images shows real-time and direct scan results, displayed during the scan process to let users stop scanning once the target images are found. Other Mac files such as videos, audio files, archives and documents are displayed as text in a Hex mode for preview. Before data recovery on a Mac, users can choose the target file types to scan, which helps save time, especially when there are a large number of files on the Mac.