CleverFiles Software (http://www.cleverfiles.com/) has released the first public version of Disk Drill Beta, their new professional level data recovery solution for Mac OS X (10.5 and higher). The free app helps recover lost data, deleted files, and also strives to prevent unexpected data loss with the help of its own Recovery Vault technology.
Disk Drill knows the most popular formats and their binary signatures so it can find deleted data and recover it even when there’s only raw access to your drive, according to the folks at CleverFiles. It offers several data recovery methods: deep scan, quick scan and recovery from its own Vault. It supports all file systems and will attempt to recover data even from not partitioned media including hard disks or memory cards with corrupted file system, etc.
Disk Drill also protects data from unexpected damage by implementing its own Recovery Vault technology that monitors file activity in the background and is designed to solve the problem of effective data recovery from HFS/HFS+ Mac file system.
Disk Drill is 64-bit ready and is currently in beta-testing phase. CleverFiles will officially supply free lifetime licenses to every user actively providing with the feedback and bugs during the beta-testing campaign.