It set a record, that’s for sure. Facebook recently entered into an agreement to purchase WhatsApp for $19B USD, and totally stunned the world. Google was interested as well, but despite their offer to pay $10M to WhatsApp to let them know if anyone was interested in acquiring WhatsApp, Google missed out on the sale. Its definitely one for the record books.
WhatsApp is very much like Apple’s iMessage. It allows users to send and receive text messages, pictures, etc. from your iDevice of choice including iPhone 5s/5c/5/4s, iPad 2/4/Air and mini, as well as iPod Touch 4th and 5th generation, with just a few clicks. It doesn’t matter how the data was lost – deletion, failed jailbreak, bad update, etc. – WhatsApp Recovery will bring it back. You can recover data directly from the device, or from a saved iTunes backup.
The cool thing about the app, aside from the fact that it can save your WhatsApp bacon, is that it can recover just about any app related data, down to the conversation level. It doesn’t matter if it was a group or individual conversation. It also supports iTunes 11 and iOS 7.x. its smart recovery options will automatically detect your devices and iTunes backup.
Tenorshare makes some really great recovery software. It’s the kind of software that helps you sleep well at night, knowing that your data, regardless of where it is or might be, is safe and recoverable, despite what might happen to your iDevice.
The software runs on both Mac and Windows operating systems. The biggest issue I have had with WhatsApp Recovery (or other Tenorshare apps) is that the recovery actions don’t work well with VM apps that capture USB port functions when specific devices are connected to your computer.