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Wondershare(TM) Dr.Fone(TM) Mac(R) Version 1.0 Rescues Deleted Data From iPhone(R), iPad(R), iPod Touch(R)

Highly Effective Data Rescue Software for Mac Users Often a Users Best Chance to Recover Critical Information from iOS Devices After Loss; Supports iTunes® and Device Level Recovery

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Dec. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/-- Wondershare Software Co., Ltd. today announced that its popular Dr.Fone iOS device data recovery software is now available on the Mac platform. Dr.Fone allows selective recovery of mistakenly deleted photos, videos, text messages, contacts and more from iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices, either directly from the hardware (select models) or from the iTunes backup file. iTunes will only restore an entire iOS device from a backup however Dr.Fone allows individual pieces of data within the iTunes backup file to be recovered, with a full preview beforehand. There is a free trial version available which can scan an iOS device and preview recoverable data but not recover the recoverable files.

Dr.Fone is as easy to use as it is effective; simply connect the iOS device to the computer, launch Dr.Fone, and with a few clicks even the most casual user can scan the most recent iTunes backup, preview recoverable items and select items for recovery. Dr.Fone can also directly scan certain iOS devices at the hardware level and recover data from them in the case the iTunes backup file does not contain the desired data.  When disaster strikes, Dr.Fone is often the best chance to get deleted items back.

Dr.Fone Mac Key Features:

  • Recover Pictures & videos in Camera Roll, Photo Stream, and as message attachments; Recovery Voice Memos, Text Messages, Call History, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, even Safari Bookmarks;
  • Scan and preview recoverable data from the iTunes backup file or directly from iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch (certain models);
  • Can recover lost data after factory re-set, failed iOS update, even from a password protected phone if you forgot the password, even lost/damaged the device;
  • Simple to use and very effective if data was very recently deleted;
  • iTunes recovery works with iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, iPad 1, 2, New iPad, iPad Mini, and 4th Gen iPod Touch; fully iOS 6 optimized;
  • Recover lost data directly from iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad ,  iPod Touch 4;
  • Dr.Fone compatible with Macs running OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8.

Price & Availability

Wondershare Dr.Fone Mac Version 1.0 is currently available for $99.95 from the Wondershare online store.  Dr.Fone is also available for the Windows® platform. 

Wondershare for the Holidays

Wondershare is offering free greeting card making software and discounts up to 55% off regular price on some of Wondershare's best selling utility software titles. Holiday savings ends January 15, 2013.

Learn more about Wondershare's entire lineup of award winning multi-media, business productivity, PDF, and system utility software products at Wondershare.com.

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About Wondershare

Wondershare Software Co., Ltd., an IDG invested company, is an innovative software developer dedicated to delivering the very best in software products and services to the worldwide consumer and business market segments. Wondershare has branch offices in the United States, Germany and Japan. Wondershare has been honored as Deloitte Tech Fast 500 Asia Pacific and China 50 for three consecutive years, and Forbes Business Potential of China for two consecutive years. For more information about Wondershare and its products, please visit http://www.wondershare.com

Wondershare is a registered trademark of Wondershare Software Co. Ltd. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. 

SOURCE Wondershare Software Co., Ltd.

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