Chengdu, China – iMobie Inc., a leading iOS & Android related software developer, today is proud to announce PhoneRescue V3.4, the big update to their top-notch iOS data recovery software for Mac and Windows users. The latest version fully supports the latest iOS 11, and users can now download and restore iCloud backups in iOS 10.3 or later. With a refined yet user-friendly UI, this easy-to-use app also gives a choice for users to flexibly download what they want for recovery, and all data will be confidential to themselves only.
Engineered with cutting-edge ForceRestore technology, PhoneRescue now comes as the world’s only solution to restore not only personal data, but also media files like photos, videos and more directly to iPhone/iPad. Along with the newly support for Kik and its attachments, it also becomes the world’s ONLY technique that is capable of retrieving up to 31 types data & files, covering messages, contacts, notes, WhatsApp and more.
“Although PhoneRescue has helped over 5,000,000 iOS users in the past 3 years, we still unremittingly optimized and improved it, so as to retrieve more lost-but-valued data than before,” said Frank Kong, the CEO of iMobie Inc. “Finally, we bring out the all-new productivity-enhancing PhoneRescue, which now enables users to safely & flexibly download and restore iCloud backups with iOS 10.3 or later. First time ever, media files like photos, videos, or voice memo could also be restored directly to iPhone/iPad, with the leading-edge recovery success rate.”
Check All Updated Features in PhoneRescue:
* Flexibly Download & Restore iCloud Backups in iOS 10.3 or Later:
Aiming to be an ultimate iOS data recovery program, PhoneRescue is revamped to flexibly download & restore iCloud backups in iOS 10.3 or later, including the latest iOS 11. Now, you are completely free to select all or just a special item for downloading, even for recovery. Since it adopts the same encryption technologies as Apple, your Apple ID and passwords will never be leaked or peeped.
* Restore Data Directly to Device, Even for Media Files:
Built in unique ForceRestore technology, PhoneRescue now is the world’s ONLY solution to restore not only personal data, but also media files directly to devices effortlessly. From message to contacts, photos to voice memo, even videos to notes – almost everything inside your iPhone/iPad, could be get back straightly to your device in few seconds.
* Maximally Cover the Most Data Recovery Types:
Covered with 31 types of essential data & files, PhoneRescue is also the world’s ONLY software that offers the maximum data recovery type in the industry, completely surpassing all rivals on the market. Up to now, the mainstream chat app like WhatsApp and Kik, as well as its attachment are supported, and Viber will be added soon.
Price and Availability
PhoneRescue 3.4 is available for both Windows and Mac. User can get PhoneRescue from iMobie online store: Personal License for $49.99; Family License $69.99 (USD). For more information, please contact Judy Luo.
iMobie Inc. was established at the end of 2011, and located in Tianfu Software Park, one of the biggest software engineering zones in China. The brand name iMobie is from I’M Optimistic, Brave, Independent and Efficient, which represents the main characters of their teammates. On the early stage of iMobie, they focus on developing iPhone, iPod, iPad transfer, manager and maintenance software for making users’ Mobile Digital Life easier. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2017 iMobie Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.Click here for reuse options!
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