- macOS reviews
Disk Drill for Mac combines ease of use with excellent data recovery capabilities and many extra features that greatly increase its overall value. Read full review
Thanks to its generous free data recovery limit, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac is worth trying despite its shortcomings. Read full review
There’s a good reason why R-Studio for Mac is loved by professionals, but regular home users have different priorities. Read full review
Even though the software doesn’t look like it, it’s actually a one-trick pony that can be recommended mainly to those who want to recover damaged video files. Read full review
PhotoRec for Mac delivers decent data recovery performance, but the lack of a graphical user interface makes it more difficult to take advantage of it. Read full review
Stellar Data Recovery for Mac may be one of the most popular data recovery applications for Mac, but it’s certainly not the best one. Read full review
Why should you read our Mac data recovery software reviews?
What is the difference between paid and free data recovery software for Mac?
Most developers distribute their data recovery software for Mac both as free downloads and as full versions that cost money. Free versions of data recovery software are usually limited in terms of their features, the amount of data they can recover, or the amount of time for which they can be used. To remove these limitations, the user must purchase a license.
Why should I pay for data recovery software when free trials exist?
Where can I download the best data recovery software?
There are many websites on the internet that distribute what they claim to be the best data recovery software. In many cases, however, the Mac data recovery download links they provide lead to malware. That’s why we always feature links to the official websites (and their respective download pages) of the software we review.