An easy way to recover lost or stolen iOS Data

Remember when those What’s App messages got read out in court during the Oscar Pistorius trial? Suddenly everyone was off on a purging and deleting mission, convinced that one day they too may end up having their text messages read out to the world. Just last week a few tech savvy folk where in uproar when it came out that a factory reset does not wipe your Android device – so sometimes your stuff is still accessible.

My point? Nothing is ever really gone.

Which means, most of what is lost can be found. Alright, no more riddles. I’ve got 5 software codes to give away. They’re from a relatively new company, but before you get worried, we’ve done the research and they’re legit.


The software is Leawo iOS Data Recovery for Windows. So, in simple terms, all you need to do is load the software up on your Windows PC and back up your iPad, iPod and/or iPhone. It can either pull your iTunes account history or it can pull data from the device directly. In many cases even if you no longer have the device (ie. it gets stolen) or you have no iTunes backup, the Leawo iOS Data Recovery software can help recover files or even repair them if they’re damaged.

So stolen phones aren’t a problem any more. You’re able to recover most of the following:

  • Your camera roll
  • photo stream
  • photo library
  • contacts
  • messages
  • message attachments
  • voice memos
  • call history
  • calendar
  • notes
  • reminders
  • safari bookmarks

The Leawo iOS Data Recovery software is such an easy way to recover lost or stolen iOS Data. If you want to get the full break down of the prize (which is valued at more than R600) you can click here. If you’d like to win one of 5 software packs enter here:


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