Dave LeClair

Joined June 2011

Dave LeClair (Twitter) is MakeUseOf's gaming editor, who has a love for games on console, PC, mobile, handheld, and any electronic device that is capable of playing video games! For game review requests, shoot an email to the address below.

Feel free to contact at dleclair@makeuseof.com

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Idrod Music Free: Turns Android Screen into an Old-School iPod Nano To Play Music

29th September, 2012

Google Play is filled with music players. They come in all shapes and sizes, from the incredibly useful, to the weird. Idrod Music Free seems to fall somewhere in the middle. It turns your Android screen into an old-school iPod Nano to play music. It is useful, interesting, weird, and just a little bit out of […]

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Jasmine: Feature-Rich YouTube Client [iOS]

29th September, 2012

Jasmine is a universal YouTube client for iOS that looks like it could be something special. It has lots of features that YouTube fans should love. It works with all model iPhones, including the brand new iPhone 5. As you can see in the screenshots, it is a little longer than you’re used to with […]

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10 Excellent iPad Apps For School

28th September, 2012

We are seeing more and more iPads in schools. They offer all kinds of possibilities for new ways to teach students. Because they are so portable, it is much easier for students to bring them anywhere they go, and bring the learning with them. The iPad is even useful for young students because of its intuitive, easy to understand user interface. Almost anyone can pick one up and know exactly how to use it.

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Instant Translate – The Quickest, Easiest Way To Translate 66 Languages [Chrome]

27th September, 2012

Sometimes, in your travels around the Internet, you may encounter a website written in a language you do not understand. If you frequently need to translate text you encounter on the web, than you have probably used Google Translate to get the job done, and in most instances that works perfectly. Sometimes, you come against a situation where Google Translate is not the optimal tool for the job.

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Google Adds Underwater Views To Google Maps [Updates]

26th September, 2012

Google is adding panoramic underwater views to Google Maps. Maps users can now get access to some of the most stunning underwater images at any time. Google says this is just another step towards their goal of providing “people with the most comprehensive, accurate and usable map of the world.” This update to Google Maps adds six of the world’s living coral reefs. Users can feel like they are swimming with some of the most beautiful underwater scenery without strapping on an oxygen tank.

4 Video Games That Will Actually Terrify You [MUO Gaming]

25th September, 2012

Video games are able to capture much of the emotion and feeling that comes with movies and other forms of entertainment. That being said, video games always seem to struggle with making people laugh and scaring them. I have covered games that actually made me laugh out loud in a previous post (I would like to add Saint’s Row 3 to that list), and today I am going to dig into games that actually scared me.

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StopFrameAnimator: Make Fun Stop Motion Animations In Your Browser

25th September, 2012

Stop motion is a fun kind of animation that is created by linking a series of still images with subtle movements together. Some of the best films of our time have relied on stop motion to create the illusion of movement. Even Star Wars used a little stop motion animation. If you want to play […]

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Colorific: Change The Color Scheme Of Websites [Firefox]

25th September, 2012

Have you ever wished you could change the color scheme of a website? For one reason or another, the look of a website just might not appeal to you visually, and changing the color scheme can be a great way to rectify the situation. Thankfully, there are ways to fix this and Colorific is a […]

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UniFlash: Flash, Back Up, Restore & Install ROMs [Android]

23rd September, 2012

Are you one of those users who loves to mess around with your Android? Do you find simply using it is no fun, so you need to create and install custom ROMs to make the device your own? Well if you do, and your Android is rooted, you need to check out UniFlash. It has […]

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Adomatic: Run For President With Your Own Campaign Ad

23rd September, 2012

Would you like to be the President of the United States? While I would not mind his paycheck, I do not think I could deal with the stress of his job. Meeting deadlines as a writer is plenty of stress for me. If you want to pretend, you can use this fun site called Adomatic […]

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Facebook For Chrome Is The Extension For Every Facebook Junkie [Chrome]

22nd September, 2012

Ever since extensions and apps were launched for web browsers, they have consistently improved in quality and become more feature-rich. Almost any major web-based service has some kind of extension or app available for Google Chrome and other web browsers. Of course, Facebook is no exception to that rule. The problem with a service as popular as Facebook is the abundance of junky Chrome extensions that no one in their right mind would actually use.

SuperBetter: Apply The Best Of Games To Your Real Life

21st September, 2012

Have you ever wanted your life to be a video game? Well that is impossible, but you can apply some game-like principles to your life with the help of SuperBetter. It uses goals and achievements that are very similar to those of video games to help you improve your life. If you need a little […]

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Grooveshark Rolls Out Brand New Mobile Browser-Based Player [Updates]

21st September, 2012

Grooveshark recently launched an HTML5 version of their popular music player. With this new web app, you can get access to Grooveshark’s massive library of music from your mobile device without downloading an app or paying any kind of monthly subscription fee.

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Skitch Releases 2.0 With New Features And An iPhone App [Updates]

21st September, 2012

Evernote has put a lot of work into their popular image editor known as Skitch recently. They have just launched version 2.0 and it adds some great new features to their desktop application. They have also rolled out an iPhone and iPod touch version of the app.

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What’s On Air: A New Take On Radio [iPhone]

20th September, 2012

There is no shortage of applications designed for listening to music on the iPhone. There are premium apps like Spotify and Rdio that allow you to listen to any song you want for a monthly fee. Apps like Pandora give you the ability to listen to randomly generated radio stations based on an artist or […]