Dave LeClair

Joined June 2011

Dave LeClair (Twitter) is MakeUseOf's gaming editor. He loves games on console, PC, mobile, handheld, and any electronic device that is capable of playing them! For game review requests, shoot an email to the address below. Check out his podcast on Twitch.

Feel free to contact at dleclair@makeuseof.com

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No More Socks Makes Your Holiday Shopping Easy [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

19th November, 2012

No More Socks: The Christmas List Genius is the perfect app for keeping track of your holiday shopping. Even though it’s called The Christmas List Genius, don’t let that deceive you, because it can be used for any holiday or birthday that involves keeping track of what kinds of gifts you need to give.


Think Shazam Only Identifies Music? Think Again [iPhone]

17th November, 2012

More often that not, the creator of an app is content to sit back and enjoy the success and not evolve. That’s fine in some situations, but it’s really fantastic when an app creator is willing to keep moving forward. This extra effort makes for an app that even years after its release, is still worth talking about. Shazam certainly fits the description of an app that was not content with its original functionality.


Edcanvas: Create Awesome Canvases For Teaching Your Students

16th November, 2012

Are you a teacher looking for a cool and different way to teach your students? This new website called Edcanvas could be just the ticket. With this site, you can create customized canvases that offer a new and exciting way to teach students. You can implement all kinds of elements into your canvas to build a cool […]


Pygmyfoto: A Simple, Deployable Photo Roll Program For The Web

16th November, 2012

Are you looking for a way to show off photos on your website, but don’t need all the bells and whistles that come with sites like WordPress and other more advanced blogging platforms? Well, if so, Pygmyfoto might be right up your alley. It is an open-source, deployable web photo tool that allows you to share photos […]


Convertible Converts Any Measurement With A Slick User Interface [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

14th November, 2012

There are lots of different units of measurements for almost anything you could want out there in the world. Along with all the things we can measure, there are hundreds of regional units that differ depending on what part of the world you are in. This can be intensely confusing. How do you remember how many feet are in a meter? How can you know how to convert a US dollar into a Euro? Quite simply, it’s impossible to remember all of this.


Magic 2013 – The Most Fun I’ve Ever Had Playing A Game On The Go [iPad]

14th November, 2012

About a year ago, I was hardcore into Magic: The Gathering. I have amassed a large collection of cards over the years of playing, but in time, I found myself not having enough time to keep up with the Magic scene. I won’t lie; I miss playing a great deal. The subtle intricacies of the card game are like nothing else. The skill and strategy involved in a game of Magic is enough to flex the brain muscles of even the smartest players.


Imo Gets New Android And iOS Update With Awesome New Features [Updates]

14th November, 2012

Fans of the popular messaging client called imo are in for some good news today. Essentially, imo has released a complete redesign for their app on both iOS and Android. The update changes the interface of the contacts and messages section. Now, they are combined, which makes it easier to get you in touch with your friends. It puts all the people you talk to the most in one easy to access place. This should help make talking to your friends quicker, and more efficient.

NES Games That Retailers Chronically Overcharge For [MUO Gaming]

13th November, 2012

Recently, I wrote an article about NES games that sell for insane prices. Games like Stadium Events can easily sell for thousands of dollars. That’s all well and good, but there are some classic NES games that are really popular that constantly sell for more than their value. You can walk into any retro video game retailer and see these games selling for far too much. Games that are really popular today were also really popular when the NES launched.


BookReader: Read DRM-Free EPUB Books On Windows 8

13th November, 2012

Windows 8 is here, and with it, all kinds of apps are coming along that support the exciting new features of the new version of the OS. A really cool one is BookReader, which allows you to read all kinds of DRM-free EPUB books in a way that takes advantage of some of the cool […]


Printer Pro – The Easiest Way To Print From Your iPhone, Even With A Wired Printer [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

12th November, 2012

Printing from your iPhone can save you a lot of time. Instead of having to manually copy files from your iPhone to your computer and then print them, printing from your phone makes everything a whole lot easier and quicker. Of course, in order for this to happen, you need a Wi-Fi enabled printer – or do you? With the app called Printer Pro you can print to any printer, not just one that is connected to Wi-Fi.


Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts

12th November, 2012

Windows has always had some awesome keyboard shortcuts designed to make our lives easier. Well, with Windows 8, they’ve added some awesome new shortcuts, but this will take Windows users a little while to get used to, and that’s where our new Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts cheat sheet comes in. This cheat sheet has all […]


Toast: Create a Birthday Or Holiday Gift Wishlist [iOS]

12th November, 2012

I know they say that when it comes to receiving gifts, it’s the thought that counts. That being said, wouldn’t you rather that the thought and the quality of the gift count? Well, if your friends and loved ones consistently seem to get you gifts for which you have no use, the iPhone app Toast could be […]


Park Me Right: Never Forget Where You Parked Your Car Again [Android]

10th November, 2012

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you can’t find your parked car? It happens sometimes, and it can be a real annoyance. You find yourself wandering around aimlessly, pressing your keyless entry remote’s buttons hoping your car will beep and tell you where it is. Well, with Park Me Right, that will […]


Activator Is The Most Important Jailbreak Tweak Available [Cydia]

10th November, 2012

There is one tweak that is the unsung hero of Cydia. Activator is the backbone of so many Cydia tweaks because it allows for gesture-based controls of almost anything. It can launch apps and do almost whatever you can imagine. It sits in the background on your iOS device and offers a slew of options. It may not receive the praise of some other tweaks like MyWi, Dreamboard, Winterboard, and others, but without Activator, many other tweaks would not be able to work.


Workout Randomizer Brings You Random Total-Body Workouts With No Equipment Needed [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

9th November, 2012

One of the most important ways to stay healthy is with a good workout. It keeps your body active and makes you feel great – once you get through the pain and suffering of the actual workout, of course. Getting motivated when your workouts are boring can be difficult. It can feel like you keep doing the same thing over again because you know it works, but that’s really no fun. Working out everyday to the same few routines can be a real bother.