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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Moviebeem: Drag & Drop Movie Files To Download Subtitles

11th August, 2012

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 […]


Bill Nye, A Chance Meeting, Subreddit Of The Week And More [Best Of Reddit]

11th August, 2012

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.

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Master These Universal Keyboard Shortcuts For Text Editing

9th August, 2012

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.


Spotify Finally Launches An Official Kindle Fire App [Updates]

8th August, 2012

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.


FOUNDD: Your Personal Entertainment Recommendation Engine

8th August, 2012

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 […]

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Family Ribbon Lite: Teaching Internet Beginners How To Browse & Use Popular Web Services [iPad]

8th August, 2012

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 […]

What Is The Nintendo 3DS XL & Should You Get One? [MUO Gaming]

7th August, 2012

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?

Fruji: Complete Analytics Of Your Twitter Followers

7th August, 2012

Do you want to know more about who follows you on Twitter? More specifically, do you want to know how influential and powerful your Twitter followers are? If so, Fruji is an incredibly powerful platform for finding out this valuable information. You simply log in with your Twitter account and it does the rest. Running the report on […]

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Archy: Easy To Use Google Drive Manager [Mac]

7th August, 2012

There is already an official Google Drive app for Mac, so why would you want a third-party application instead of the one made by Google? Well of course it is a matter of preference, but the official Google app is not the most user friendly program out there. If you are looking for some a […]


On/Off FlipSwitch: Generate CSS3 On/Off Switches With Animated Transitions

6th August, 2012

Are you looking for an easy way to generate CSS3 on/off switches for a website? If you are looking for switches that are easy to make and feature smooth, stylish animated transitions, On/Off FlipSwitch is a fantastic option. I am not the greatest programmer, and I was able to get a variety of switches up and running […]

Browser View Plus: Open Links From Firefox In Other Applications

4th August, 2012

Are there certain links that you would prefer to open outside of Firefox? Maybe there is a certain website you frequent that only supports Internet Explorer? Do you have a live podcast you listen to that you would prefer plays in an external music player instead of the browser? Fear not, because Browser View Plus is […]


Love Is Blind, Batman, Winrar And More [Best of Reddit]

4th August, 2012

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages; welcome to another fun-filled edition of the Best of Reddit. This week we have an IAmA with a guy who believes love is blind, some Batman knowledge, some cool stuff to buy, the Subreddit of the week, and more juicy bits of goodness. So sit back and get ready for the Best of Reddit.


Password Pad: Writing App With Full Encryption [iPhone & Mac]

4th August, 2012

Do you have some things you want to put on paper, but don’t want anyone to be able to read it? If you are looking for a place to log your bank account and credit card numbers, you need a writing app with encryption. Losing your MacBook or iPhone is never good, but losing it […]


Google Wallet Moves To Cloud Adding Visa, AMEX & Discover [Updates]

3rd August, 2012

Google’s mobile payment platform, known as Google Wallet, has just gone through some major changes. They are moving stored payment information to Google’s secure servers. Previously, payment information was contained in a secure storage area on a user’s device. Google says this will cause faster integration with major credit card companies. Google is also adding the ability to pay with Visa, American Express and Discover. Before this update, users could only pay with MasterCard and their PayPass product. This opens up the service to many more potential users who do not currently own a MasterCard.


Microsoft Rolls Out Outlook.com Email Service [Updates]

2nd August, 2012

Microsoft is finally looking to put Hotmail to rest with the introduction of their new email service called Outlook.com. Hotmail has been a staple of many email users for a long time, and it has changed little over the course of that time. Microsoft is looking to shake things up with this new service. It offers many changes and improvements over Hotmail. The UI is looks nothing like Hotmail. The design has that “Metro” look and feel that Microsoft has been using in most of their services. Microsoft calls the new interface, “modern”, “clean”, and “fresh”. It certainly looks and functions substantially better than Hotmail.