Wondershare Data Recovery is a comprehensive data recovery package to recover Mac computer data lost because of accident removing, formatting, computer virus infection, improper operation, sudden power failure, and any other unknown reasons.
It can recover Mac data from missing, deleted, logical corrupted and formatted Mac hardrive, iPod, USB drive, Micro sd card, digital camera, mobile, MP3, and MP4 player. Working with HFS , FAT16/32, and NTFS file system volumes, this non-destructive Mac data recovery application assures safe Mac data recovery devoid of modifying the original data saved on your Mac machine or any other storage media. Versatile preview lets you have fun with Mac recovery in advance.
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Reviews of Wondershare Data Recovery for Mac:
It worked much better than any other recovery app I tried (see below).
It retrieved not just my data but total partition with the original directory structure and file names.
User interface is a bit tough in spots. My main complaint in this department was that the list of partitions it found had no scroll bar. So to see the partitions at the bottom of the list I needed to select on of the upper ones and then hit the down arrow – not really user-friendly.
I do not see why there is a lot negativity from other reviewers. I had good results with this application. It can retrieve a lost partition that two other packages failed to recover.
Some quick history. I accidentally re-partitioned a drive that included 4 partitions. One of the four I desired to go back (others where just clone backups). The one I wanted back had VMware virtual machine directories containing lots of files. So a file level recovery (where names are lost) was not going to cut it. I had to recover the whole partition with its directory structure and file names intact.
First I tried TestDisk & PhotoRec from cgsecurity.org. This program found dividers but the result was so confusing with several overlapping potential partitions that I quit. Then I tested Disk Drill from CleverFiles. It didn’t identify any of the lost dividers but did a more satisfactory job of finding lost files than did PhotoRec. But like I said, locating dropped data was pointless for my app where there are lots of files in a VMware machine directory.
I Then tried Data Recovery for Mac from Wondershare. It identified a variety of dividers and ranked then by its capability to recover from them. I selected the one that seemed like the one I wanted, and this had a pretty good chance of rescue, and then told the program to look for files. It recovered the total partition together with the original structure. So I paid up the $90 got the license and then stored my files to another hard drive.