iBeesoft Data Recovery for Mac is a an effective Mac data recovery app to recover data lost due to accidental deletion, formatting drive/partition, improper operation, virus infection and most other reasons from Mac computer, USB devices, hard drive, memory card, digital camera and many other storage devices. With the easy-to-use interface and friendly wizard, the user can quickly and easily recover missing documents, pictures, music, video, email, etc. within couple of clicks. According to the need, you could pause, restart during the scan process. Just a few clicks, you can get all lost data back.
- Recover Deleted Files on Mac
Completely rescue deleted Mac data by accidental deletion with ‘Command + Del’ or emptied from Mac trash bin.
- Formatted Drive Recovery
Recover data from formatted hard drive/partition, SD card, USB drive or other external devices on Mac.
- Recover Mac Data Lost from Time Capsule
Safely recover data lost from your Mac Time Capsule due to system error, Mac crash or inaccessibility.
- RAW Drive Recovery
File system is displayed as “RAW” and when you access files, it will warn “Sector not found”
- Mac Partition Recovery
Recover Mac data due to partition loss, deleted, hidden or inaccessible
- Mac Data Recovery in Other Scenarios
Recover Mac files lost by unexpected system crash, virus attach, system upgrade/downgrade, system reinstallation, etc.
iBeesoft Data Recovery for Mac Free 1 Year License Code
iBeesoft Data Recovery for Mac is normally priced at $45.95 per serial key / license code But as part of the iBeesoft Giveaway, you can download a one year full version copy for free. Not sure for how long the giveaway is going to last, which means it’s probably best to get it now before it’s too late.
Interested users just need to visit the giveaway page here, and enter your email to get free free license code and download link.
If you’re recovering files from external hard drive, please save the recovered files to your Mac. Don’t save them again to the external hard drive, otherwise you may lose them again.
By default the scanning mode you’re using at the first time is Quick Scan. If you haven’t found the files you want to recover, you can try the “Deep Scan”. It will take longer for the scanning, but will scan everywhere on the device or Mac.
At last, of course, not all lost data can be recovered, and there’s no guarantee that recovered data will be intact or still usable.