Sep 26, 2016 - Mac OS X File Recovery today announces Mac Data Recovery Guru 4.0, an important update to its data recovery utility for macOS. Mac Data Recovery Guru recovers all common file types from any Mac drive or volume. The app quickly scans any drive, and displays a list of all recoverable files on the disk. Users then select the files they wish to recover, select a destination drive, and click the "Recover" button. Version 4.0 offers the ability to scan disk images that can't mount for file recovery.
Aug 29, 2016 - Auckland based MacDaddy today announces Mac Backup Guru 6.0, an important update to their popular backup app for Mac OS X. Mac Backup Guru offers Mac users direct drive cloning, synchronization, and incremental snapshots of their data. The app offers the ability to backup everything from individual files, data, and directories, as well as entire drives full of data. Version 6.0 brings faster backups, user interface improvements, an updated copy engine, and an improved incremental backup process.
Aug 26, 2016 - Auckland based MacDaddy today introduces File Extractor 1.0, their powerful file extraction utility for Mac OS X. File Extractor makes it simple for anyone to find and extract files from any selected file, folder, or browser cache, allowing the user to easily recover and save files that normally would not be accessible from the Mac OS X Finder. File Extractor quickly finds files inside PDFs, disk images, and even complex file types such as Adobe Photoshop documents.
Aug 25, 2016 - Auckland based MacDaddy today announces the beta test of Style 1.0, their app for Mac OS X computers that allows anyone to take an image or video and create a stylistically artistic interpretation of it. Users simply drag and drop an image or video into the Style window, select an effect, and press "Go." Within a few moments, the app creates a brand new interpretation of the source file. For extra special effects, users can feed the Style-created file back into the app, and add another effect.
Oct 21, 2015 - Auckland based MacDaddy today announces Install Disk Creator 1.0, their new installer disk utility for Mac OS X. Install Disk Creator simplifies the process of creating a bootable OS X installer from Apple's Mac App Store installation files. Formerly only accomplished via the entry of arcane commands into the Terminal app, Install Disk Creator makes the process of creating a bootable Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan install disk simple enough for any experience level user to perform.
Sep 14, 2015 - Mac OS X File Recovery today announces Mac Data Recovery Guru 3.0, an important update to its data recovery utility for Mac OS X. Mac Data Recovery Guru recovers all common file types from any Mac drive or volume. Select a drive and click "Scan," to see a list of all recoverable files available on the disk. Users then simply select the files they wish to recover, select a destination drive, and click "Recover." Version 3.0 offers more reliable scanning, and supports more recoverable file types.
Jun 15, 2015 - Auckland based MacDaddy today announces Mac Backup Guru 5.0, an important update to their innovative backup app for Mac OS X. Mac Backup Guru offers direct drive cloning, synchronization, and incremental snapshots of data. Users can backup small amounts of files and data, or entire drives full of data. Version 5.0 offers an improved interface, faster and more stable cloning ability, more intuitive scheduling, improved incremental snapshots, and better performing background synchronization.
May 19, 2015 - MacDaddy today introduces Duplicate 1.0, its new productivity application developed specifically for OS X Yosemite. Duplicate enhances the OS X Finder's standard copy and paste functionality by making them more efficient, as well as performing approximately 10% faster than stock copy and paste methods. Duplicate can also copy large folders with no issues involving file permissions, as well as the ability to copy entire volumes, creating an exact duplicate bootable copy of the original volume.
Mar 31, 2015 - Mac Backup Guru 4.0 adds its own versions of Copy & Paste to the Finder's contextual menu. Its implementation has 3 main advantages over the standard menu items: The first is that it makes accurate and reliable copies that work with huge file sets, allowing for an entire disk to be copied and pasted and for it to be bootable afterwards. The second is it that the copy and paste is resumable. And the third is that it is faster. It is the only third party software that makes Incremental Snapshots.