Losing data is nobody’s idea of a good time but it’s unfortunately still something that happens all too regularly. Whether it’s a work document, a whole home movie, or photos of your kids, losing data is something that we all hope never happens to us.

Backups are one way to help, but what if your backups are kaput, too? That’s where AnyRecover Data Recovery can save your bacon.

Available for both Mac and PC, AnyRecover Data Recovery is your own personal data recovery expert. The app is capable of recovering data whether it’s a few files or all of your files, and it can do it in double-quick time whether you’re a computer novice or a power user.

You even get free customer support to go with the 30-day money back guarantee. If the app can’t do what you need it to, you won’t be out of pocket.

AnyRecover is capable of recovering more than 1000 different file types including photos, music, documents, videos, and more. It can even recover your lost emails for you!

  • Recover all kinds of files: Photos, Videos, Documents, Emails, etc.
  • Recover from MacBook, iMac, Hard Drives, Virtual Disk, USB Flash Drives, SD Cards, Cameras, Camcorders, etc.
  • Address all data loss scenarios: emptied trash, accidentally deleted data, partition error, system crash and corrupted/formatted device, etc.

The latest update adds support for APFS and HFS+ file systems, so your fancy new Mac is all set. The update also optimizes the scanning process and shortens recovery time, two things that are very welcome indeed.

You can download the AnyRecover app right now from here and try it out for free. You’ll be able to scan and preview any lost data without paying a penny. Once you’re ready to recover everything, the app is available for $59.95 per month, $79.95 per year, or $89.95 for a lifetime plan.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but we don’t get any commission from sales made on AnyRecover.

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