Mac FoneLab is a smooth-running and intuitive macOS application designed to help you effortlessly recover lost data directly from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch or from your iCloud and iTunes backup files.
Quickly and easily restore lost data and files from your iOS device or backup files
With Mac FoneLab’s help you’ll be able to retrieve lost photos, contacts, messages, call entries, calendar events, notes, reminders, Safari bookmarks and other important data from your iOS device.
From Mac FoneLab’s user-oriented main window, you can easily decide from where you want to retrieve data and choose to recover directly from your iOS device, iTunes or iCloud backup file. Once the iOS device or backup file is scanned, you can browse its content and preview the retrieved data.
What is more, the Mac FoneLab app groups the collected data into different categories that you can easily access from the left side panel.
Effortlessly browse through the backup files and select the items you need to recover
As follows, you can find your lost files from Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Photo Library, App Photos, App Video and App Audio with just a few clicks of a mouse button.
On top of that, you can recover messages, attachments, contacts, call logs, voicemail, WhatsApp conversations and attachments via the Messages & Contacts category.
In the Memos & Others panel, you’ll find notes, Calendar entires, reminders, voice memos, Safari bookmarks and App documents that you can easily recover.
Mac FoneLab also comes with a built-in search form that makes it easy to filter the displayed items from the selected category. To recover any given file or data, you just have to selected and use the recovery function in order to save it to a location of your choice.
Filter the displayed items and find exactly what you need with ease
By accessing the Preferences window, you can set the default output path and change the update settings based on your needs.
On the bad side, Mac FoneLab is not able to handle multiple devices at the same time and it will force you to disconnect one of your iOS devices before initiating the scanning and recovery process. This could prove to be a major inconvenience for Mac users that want to work with more than one device at a time.
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OS X 10.6 or later