Ashampoo GetBack Photo
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A user-friendly and efficient tool that helps you retrieve lost or deleted images using two scanning modes, and recover metadata (EXIF or IPTC) as well
DISCOUNT: 30% OFF!Ashampoo GetBack Photo is a lightweight software application built specifically for helping you recover deleted or lost photos in case you have accidently removed them from your computer, files are corrupted, your system crashed down, or other problems appeared.
The tool lets you recover photos from different storage devices, for example memory cards, smart phones, or USB flash drives.
Minimalistic designIt boasts a clean and intuitive layout that allows you to carry out most operations with minimal effort. Everything is kept as simple and clear as possible, so even rookies can master the entire process with minimal effort.
Scanning capabilitiesAshampoo GetBack Photo offers support for two scanning modes, a quick and complex one. The first mode enables you to search only for common image formats, namely JPG, PNG, BMP, and GIF.
The complex scan is slower than the first mode but empowers you to scan your computer for all known image formats, including RAW. What’s more, you are allowed to specify the saving directory, choose the device from a drop-down list, and refresh the device list with just one click.
At the end of the task, you can view the thumbnails, select the images that you want to retrieve, as well as open the photos after there are saved to your computer with the aid of your default image viewer.
It is important to mention that the tool is able to retrieve metadata (EXIF or IPTC) and scan for pictures inside PDF or DOC files. On the downside, you cannot apply filters, such as file extension or size.
Bottom lineAll in all, Ashampoo GetBack Photo seems to be the right choice in case you are looking for a simple-to-use yet efficient application that comes packed with a handy set of tools for helping you retrieve lost or deleted images.
Ashampoo GetBack Photo was reviewed by Ana Marculescu
Last updated on March 11th, 2014