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.
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Shopping for a home can be an incredibly stressful event. Not only is a house the single most expensive thing most people will ever purchase in their lives, it is also hard to find a house that suits your needs perfectly. When you are spending potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars on something, you do not want to feel like you are settling. You want the house you end up with to be a place you can be happy and live your life without regret.
In what can only be described as the worst kept secret in the history of the Internet, Apple finally decided to announce the iPad Mini. Apple’s newest member of the iPad family comes with a smaller 7.9-inch screen, whereas the original iPad had a 9.7 inch screen. The device is a nice step down in […]
Are you a weather enthusiast? Do you like tracking storms and figuring out the possible path a hurricane might take as it ventures across the ocean and possibly up the coast of the United States? If so, you will love this iPhone app called Fantasy Storm. It is the perfect app for tracking and predicting […]
Old video games have reached the point of being collectibles What used to be a fun family activity has become a gold mine for collectors. Sure, there are plenty of NES games that you can pick up for a dollar, and they are still fun to play, but there are some games that are worth absolutely insane dollar amounts. Some games are so valuable that they cost substantially more than most cars.
YouTube is rolling out a new way to help content creators make more money from their videos. In April, YouTube added a brand new feature that allowed content creators to choose which format of ads are displayed on newly uploaded videos by default. They could then choose to have the TrueView in-stream ads, which are […]
One of the most annoying things about hooking an Android device to a TV screen through HDMI is that the phone’s screen keeps running, even though there is no reason to need it on. Well, if you have a rooted Android device, Screen Standby can make that a non-issue. It allows you to set your […]
Freckle and Harvest are among the most popular ways to keep track of your time spent working. Whether you are tracking time for a client or just for your own purposes, these programs help make it easy. Punch actually makes tracking your time with these programs even easier. Instead of logging into the websites for […]
How would you like an email inbox full of newsletters and other junk mail that you never want to read? In most cases, this would be rather undesirable. However, if you need to test spam filters or a new mail server, making a temporary email address and filling it with junk mail could be exactly […]
imgur is a fantastic way to share photos for many reasons. It loads extremely fast, is easy to use, and does not have all the restrictions that some other photo sharing sites have. There is a reason that the picky folks at Reddit use imgur as their go-to place for sharing the latest memes and other awesome photographs.
Personally, I find proofreading articles is much easier if it’s read back to me. Hearing it helps me spot mistakes that my eyes sometimes do not catch while reading it to myself. There are plenty of add-ons to accomplish this task in a browser, but for desktop programs like Microsoft Word, they are a little […]
Whims is a cool application for iPhone that allows you to create status updates that break out of the same old stuff and into the more creative realms. It allows you to create fun statuses with a dose of visual flair that you don’t get by just typing what you are feeling into a text […]
Google Play on Android has just rolled out an update that should make device owners quite happy. The biggest new feature of this update is the addition of Wishlists. With this new feature, users can browse around Google Play and save apps that catch their attention for later. If you are hesitant on purchasing an application, you can save it to Wishlist and come back later when you make a final decision. Without Wishlist, you might forget the name of the app and when you decide you want to buy it, you might not be able to find it again.
Have you ever wanted to take a picture from an iOS device while not near it? Maybe you need to take a group photo where you are in the group, or you want to set your old iPhone up outside to take pictures of birds, but you don’t want to sit right near the phone […]
Are you looking for a way to view your photos on the go without taking a lot of time to sync your device with iTunes? Perhaps you do not have much memory available on your iPhone and filling it up with pictures would put you over the limit. Whatever your reason for wanting to keep […]
The Steam apps on iOS and Android first launched a while ago, but it was not open to everyone with a Steam account. The first iteration of the application required users to jump through some hoops to get into what Valve was referring to as a beta. That’s all changed with this update. Now, any gamer with a Steam account can dive in and use the Steam application on iOS.