Top List of Free iPhone Backup Extractor Tools

Whenever you connect an iPhone to a computer with iTunes, a backup of the phone’s content is automatically collected and can be retrieved at a later date. However, you have no choices of restoring only partial data, and there is no way to preview the content to be restored. Don’t get disappointed. Here we conclude a list of best free iPhone Backup Extractor tools that lets you view, extract and retrieve data from iTunes backup with ease.

1. Jihosoft Free iTunes Backup Extractor

Jihosoft Free iTunes Backup Extractor is an intuitive and handy application that you reply on to extract and retrieve data from iTunes backup of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This free iPhone Backup Extractor tool makes it easy to access any iTunes backup file and extract useful data, including contacts, call logs, text messages, photos, videos, notes, WhatsApp history, and more.

Pros and Cons: The Jihosoft Free iTunes Backup Extractor tool may be the perfect tool to explore, view, extract and retrieve data from iTunes backup without connecting your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to the computer. It provides insight preview feature, all scanned files will be listed by categories and enable preview before extraction. You can selectively extract data from iPhone backup and export them to a readable format for viewing. If your iTunes backup is encrypted, you can still enter the password to scan and view the files in the backup. However, you need upgrade to the pro version to recover the data.

2. iBackup Viewer

iBackup Viewer is the ultimate free iPhone Backup Extractor to extract data from iTunes backup developed by iMacTools. It supports extract all kinds of data from iPhone/iPad/iPod backups, including contacts, call history, SMS messages, web visits, website bookmarks, photos, and iPhone Apps.

Pros and Cons: iBackup Viewer is available as a free application, but does no require any additional configuration and easily extract data from iPhone backups for viewing and recovering. This iPhone Backup Extractor free works with full features, includes extracting contacts, exporting and printing SMS messages, exporting phone call history, viewing and recovering photos and videos. iBackup Viewer Free works full functionally with unencrypted iOS backups, to view and extract data from encrypted iOS backups, you need upgrade to the Pro version.

3. iSkysoft Free iPhone Data Recovery

iSkysoft Free iPhone Data Recovery is an easy-to-use yet complete free iPhone recovery software that allows you directly scan iPhone, or extract iTunes backup file to recover lost data like contacts, text messages, call logs, notes as well as photos, videos, etc.

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Pros and Cons: The iSkysoft Free iPhone Data Recovery is a savior when you need to recover lost iPhone data. This recovery tool allows you to recover data directly your iPhone or from previous iTunes backup. It’s ability to recover data is a real boon. With the two options, you can enjoy the best chance of getting the lost files back. But you need to wait patiently to let the program scan your devices completely. And there is one more thing needs attention: iSkysoft Free iPhone Data Recovery doesn’t support encrypted iTunes backup files.

4. Easeus MobiSaver Free

Easeus MobieSaver Free is a simple-to-use and excellent iPhone data recovery tool that supports recover data from iOS device and extract data from iTunes backup. It is 100% free to recover deleted/lost contacts, SMS messages, photos, videos, call history, WhatsApp, etc.

Pros and Cons: As well as iSkysoft Free iPhone Data Recovery, Easeus MobiSaver Free also allows users to recover data from the iOS device directly or from an iTunes backup file. The program allows you to preview the detailed content of the lost data and select out the files you want to recover. You are allowed to export and save the recovered files in various format. Yet, Easeus MobiSaver Free is a nice tool, unfortunately, many users suffered the issues of software crashing.

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