Need To Analyze Some Apps? Send Them To The MOBILedit Team

Since the release of MOBILedit Forensic Express version 5.0 you can see its updates every few days or even every day. The app you need to analyze could be included in the next update – and it is for free.With the release of new version 5.0, the MOBILedit team has announced Live Updates which allow for rapid response to new apps. Thanks to this new feature, on-demand app support is available to all users.

Do you have app data you need to analyze but don’t have support for it in your current tools? Don’t waste your precious time, contact the MOBILedit team – they are accepting requests for app support and work hard on detailed analysis of their databases, file structures, encryption and deleted data. You actually don’t need to send any data, only the package name of the app. As a result all users will get an update with the new app included, and MOBILedit Forensic Express will properly understand all details of the data, such as message content, timestamps, location, media, sender and recipient. You will get all this in well-formatted reports and exports.

To request an app to be supported, simply use this form, choose ‘Support’ department, fill in the exact name of the app (package name preferred), and indicate iOS or Android.

Check list of supported apps here

Get information on app engine updates here


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About MOBILedit Forensic Express

MOBILedit Forensic Express is a phone extractor, data analyzer and report generator in all-in-one solution. A powerful 64-bit application using both the physical and logical data acquisition methods, Forensic Express is excellent for its advanced application analyzer, iCloud Analyzer, deleted data recovery, application downgrade feature, wide range of supported phones including most feature phones, fine-tuned reports, concurrent phone processing, and easy-to-use user interface. With the password and PIN breaker you can gain access to locked ADB or iTunes backups with GPU acceleration and multi-threaded operations for maximum speed.

Forensic Express offers maximum functionality at a fraction of the price of other tools. It can be used as the only tool in a lab or as an enhancement to other tools through its data compatibility. When integrated with Camera Ballistics it scientifically analyzes camera photo origins.

About COMPELSON Labs

Compelson Labs was founded in 1991 and is known for its pioneering products, such as MOBILedit, currently used by millions of users worldwide for many phone-related tasks including phone forensics. Compelson has made a substantial investment into phone forensic products, watch for their massive development. For more information about COMPELSON Labs and its products visit www.mobiledit.com

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