4Videosoft Launches iOS Data Recovery

| November 23, 2013 | 2 Comments

4Videosoft Launches iOS Data Recovery

4Videosoft launches a brand new iOS Data Recovery so that the users can get their lost or deleted data from their iOS devices with great ease. The users now can get their lost data with only one click, no matter how your data got lost like iOS Jailbreak, upgrade, iOS device damage, factory settings restore and other unforeseen accident which caused data loss. Now this top class iOS Data Recovery supports iOS 7, iPad Air/Mini 2, and iPhone 5S/5C.

4Videosoft Launches iOS Data Recovery

2 different recovery modes are now available for users, Recover from the iTunes Back File and Recover from an iOS device. While recovering from the iOS device, the users are able to recover up to 12 different types of data, 7 types of text content and 5 types of media content included.

The iOS user can recover seven types of text content data like Contacts, Messages, Calendar, Call History, Reminders, Notes and Safari Bookmark. Besides above-mentioned seven types of text content, the users can regain five types of media content like Photo Library, Camera Roll, Voice memos, Photo Stream and Message attachments.

4Videosoft Launches iOS Data Recovery

While selecting Recover from the iTunes Backup Flie Mode, the users are also able to extract iTunes Backup file for all kinds of iOS devices, comprising iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPhone 5C/5S. The users can regain multiple lost data from the iTunes Backup file like Messages, Contacts, Calendar, Reminder, Notes, Call history, Safari bookmarks, Photo Stream, Camera Roll, Voice memos and Message attachments. Both existing data in Backup file and the lost data from iOS device before the users made backup can be regained.


  • 1G RAM
  • 1.2GHz Intel (AMD CPU)
  • Windows 7/ 8/ vista/ XP (SP2 or later)

For further info & free trial version, click here..


Category: Uncategorized

Addison Mel

Author: Addison Mel()

Addison is an instructor of game design and multimedia developer in some technical college; he is also an active member of Microsoft gaming and app precincts. Google+