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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Dave's Latest Posts
Are you curious if the people following you on Twitter are a bunch of bots? What good is it to have lots of followers if most of them will never actually see anything you post? A new tool called Twitter Audit is designed to scan your followers and find out what percentage of them are […]
Grooveshark is one of the best ways to stream your favorite music for free. However, it does not offer any way for you to download the music and take it on the road. That is where a third-party program like Grooveshark Downloader comes into play. It allows you to download any song from any artist and […]
I have made no secret in my time at MakeUseOf that I am a huge video game fan. In fact, it is one of my favorite things to do in both the virtual and the real world. However, things are not always great in the video game world. There are plenty of problems, and most of them come in the form of what I like to call “bad gamers”. Most of this has nothing to do with their skill at actually playing games.
Popular instant messaging service imo.im just announced that they are rolling out a massive new feature for iOS that will allow their users to make voice calls to other imo users over 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi without using any of their carrier’s limited minutes. The key to this announcement is the promise of quality. While using the imo network, quality will be no less than that of your carrier’s regular network.
Google and DuckDuckGo are both fantastic search engines. Google is by far the most used search engine on the Internet. It’s results tend to be the best for what you are looking for, and they do a fantastic job of making sure the quality content gets to the front page. DuckDuckGo is also a great […]
Have you ever wanted to know the approximate results of a run before you start? This is useful because you can make sure to optimize your workout before you begin. The last thing you want to do is waste time working out if you could do it more efficiently. With this handy web app you […]
Are you one of the people not interested in paying for a Pandora subscription? Would you still like an awesome way to play Pandora on your Mac without having to run it in your browser all the time? If so, you should really take a look at Bandito. It is a beautiful Pandora client for Mac […]
Some apps are quick to call an update huge when there is only a few new features. That is not the case with the WordPress app. Their latest update hits the app store with an absolutely staggering 180 new features and improvements. The most obvious change is the completely redesigned user interface. The new version uses a slide out menu, which will look familiar to anyone accustomed to Facebook’s iOS applications. This makes editing your blog quick and efficient.
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to download subtitles for a particular movie? If so, Moviebeem is an incredibly easy to use option. All you need to do is open the webpage and the folder where your movie is stored and drag and drop it on the page. It will automatically scan […]
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages; welcome to another fine edition of the Best of Reddit. On the agenda for today, we have some science guy, really stupid bad people, a Reddit of the week and more. It is time to kick back, relax and get ready to be entertained by the best of the crazy stuff Reddit has to offer.
After months of practicing, you have finally boosted your typing speed above that of a snail. You have finally got the hang of not looking at the keyboard for each character. You are no longer “hunting and pecking” to find the keys you need. Good, these are important steps in your journey towards becoming a computer master. However, there is much more to learn, and I am here to show you a way to speed up your typing efficiency by a huge margin.
Kindle Fire owners dreaming of the day when Spotify will officially launch an app for their beloved device need not dream anymore. The application is available now from the Amazon App store. As with all Spotify apps, the app is free, but users are required to have a Spotify premium account to use the service after their trial period has expired. It seems like only yesterday that Spotify launched on iPad, and now it is spreading on to the Fire.
Sometimes, coming up with the perfect thing to watch can feel impossible. When you are sitting around somewhere where you can’t watch a movie, a million ideas come to mind and then, as soon you get home to actually indulge in a film, all those ideas fly out the window. We’ve all been there. FOUNDD […]
Are you or someone you know new to using the Internet? If so, it can be a daunting place for the uninitiated. Family Ribbon Lite is an app for the iPad designed to integrate some of the most popular web services into one easy to use place. For someone who is not accustomed to using Facebook, Gmail and […]
The buzz around Nintendo’s Wii U has been rather lackluster. Much like the Wii, people seem confused by the new controller that is looking to revolutionize gaming, as we know it. In an effort to add to consumer confusion, Nintendo is rolling out a new handheld system called the 3DS XL. But what is the 3DS XL?