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Pros / It can recover your photos at a high rate.

Cons / It's not very good at recovering documents.

 Verdict / While Remo Recover is great at recovering your photos at a high rate, it's not very good at recovering other file types.

In our comparison of Mac hard drive recovery software, Remo Recover is among the most affordable. It had the most success when recovering photos in both the lost file and the reformatted drive tests. However, it's not very successful with other file types in the same tests. If you just want to recover family photos, it provides exceptional value.

In both the lost file and the reformatted drive tests, Remo Recover was most successful at recovering photos. In the lost file test, it recovered an average of 98 percent of the photos, which was its best success rate. However, while this is a high success rate, it's worth noting that the average success rate for photos in this test was 99 percent. In the reformatted drive test, the average success rate was 97 percent. Again, this is a high percentage, but still 1 percent below the average in our test. When you consider that a 1 percent difference on a 1TB hard drive is 10GB of data, this difference represents a significant loss.

With videos and music, Remo Recover had a success rate of 62 percent for the lost file test and 64 percent for the reformatted drive test. Both success rates are slightly below average. Many Mac hard disk recovery apps we reviewed struggled with videos and music.

The biggest flaw to Remo Recover is its average success rate of the documents in both our tests. In the lost file test, it recovered only 2 percent of the document files. With the reformatted drive test, the success rate was only 12 percent. Both success rates were among the lowest in our review. For comparison, the best Mac hard drive recovery app in our comparison had a success rate of 97 and 100 percent for the documents in these tests. You have a much better chance of recovering your research paper with different software.

Remo Recover received average grades for each stage of the process. The interface isn't confusing or difficult to figure out, but it isn't exceptionally easy either. The scan button is clearly labeled, but you won't find a recover button. It took our tester a while to figure out that you have to save the files to recover them, as there is no indication of this.

Another downside to the ease of use is the scan and recover speeds, which are well below average. With the average rate of 58.3GB per hour for scanning an HDD, it would take 17 hours to complete. For comparison, the fastest-scanning software would complete a scan of the same drive in just five hours.

  • Lost Photos Recovered
  • Reformatted Drive Recovery (Photos)
  • Lost Documents Recovered
  • Reformatted Drive Recovery (Documents)
  • Lost Video & Music Recovered
  • Reformatted Drive Recovery (Video & Music)
  • Scan Speed (HDD)
  • Recover Speed (HDD)
  • Scan Speed (SSD)
  • Recover Speed (SSD)
  1. This is the average percentage of photo files recovered in our tests.
    % (Higher is Better)
  2. 11  Remo Recover
    98.0 %
  3. 100.0 %
  4. 99.0 %
  5. 100.0 %
  6. Category Average
    98.36 %

Summary

Remo Recover is an excellent and affordable Mac hard drive recovery app for recovering photos option. However, as all-around hard disk recovery software for a Mac, it's not very good at recovering documents, and its success rate for videos and music is slightly below average. Its ease of use is average, but the scanning and recover speeds will keep you waiting much longer than you would with similar apps.

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