Ever accidentally dumped something you really shouldn’t have done, like the only photo of a loved one you had, vital contacts, Keira Knightley, or a body wrapped in an old carpet? Well, you’ll be pleased to hear that there’s a new app to help you with 50% of those problems! Welcome to the bin-diving brilliance of Dumpster…
We’ve all done it – whether physically tired or under the influence of something beer-based, we’ve all at some point stared unsteadily at our smartphones and pressed entirely the wrong button. Fortunately, there’s usually a safeguard in place that queries your deletion desires, but sometimes you’re just too exhausted, through exertion or alcohol, to pay any attention and – woosh! – your photo, email, text, document, or media file has gone to the big bin in the sky, never to return.
The severity of a mobile mistake can range from mildly irritating to utterly disastrous, so don’t take any chances and download Dumpster today.
Free from the need for a connection, you can rummage through Dumpster using keywords to hunt down your deleted data, including audio and video files, photos and documents, previewing your pics if you please before restoring safely to your smartphone with a single tap, saving you the sorrow of eternal separation.
What’s more with both contact and SMS restore promised soon, Dumpster could well be the most important and useful free app you ever install. Or, as one very satisfied user succinctly puts it on Google Play: “I accidentally deleted a pic of me and my gf from her birthday… Thank god I could restore it! This app literally saved my sex life!!” and what other app could do that?
THE BOTTOM LINE
Free, simple to use and a possible (sex)life-saver, Dumpster has no drawbacks. What smart smartphone user wouldn’t want to have something so sensible at his or her digital disposal?