Erez Zukerman

Joined April 2011

Android Section Editor for MakeUseOf; Web developer; nerd. Apart from writing at MakeUseOf, you can also find him at Playboard, PCWorld, and at his own cubbyhole at tweets.

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Android Apps on Sale, 9 May: Star Wars Pinball!

9th May, 2014

This week we have a Star Wars pinball game at a great price, and a complex music creation app, too.


Stop Waiting For Links to Load: Link Bubble For Android Saves You Time

7th May, 2014

Some first-world annoyances are so subtle that we hardly notice them. But once you see one, it’s hard to ignore it.


Gumby: A Web Framework That Deserves More Love

5th May, 2014

The right framework allows you to throw a beautiful website together in virtually no time, and having a solid foundation for your site makes it easier to maintain in the future. You need Gumby framework.


3 Flappy Bird Clones for Android That Are Actually Great

2nd May, 2014

The problem with Flappy Bird clones is that there are just so many of them, and most of them are plain terrible.


5 Super-Quick Ways To Launch Your Favorite Android Apps

30th April, 2014

News flash: People want to launch their favorite apps quickly. Shocking, indeed — and where there is a need, developer creativity often shines.

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QNIX QX2710 27-inch Monitor Review and Giveaway

30th April, 2014

The QNIX QX2710 is a 27-inch 2560×1440 monitor that can be found on eBay for a fraction of that price, at around $320-$350. What sort of screen do you get for that money?


Android Apps on Sale, 25 April: Batman meets Apparatus

25th April, 2014

This week Batman makes an appearance, as does classic physics game Apparatus, epic match-three RPG game 10000000, and more.


How to Experiment With JavaScript on Your iPad

24th April, 2014

Love it or hate it, JavaScript is a language every modern-day programmer should be familiar with and just reading isn’t enough: You have to experiment, too.


Android Apps on Sale, 18 April: The Disney Edition!

18th April, 2014

This week we have a treasure trove of Disney games, as well as the absolutely epic Boson X.


Making The Best Text Editor Better: 7 Great Sublime Text Packages

15th April, 2014

Sublime Text has become the gold standard in serious text editing. Yes, if you need to work via SSH, you’re going to need to learn Vim – but if you do any sort of development work on your own machine, you need Sublime. Github’s Atom may soon take the crown, but as long as it’s […]


No Pixel Wasted: How a Classic Utility Helps You Make Use Of Your Screen

14th April, 2014

Winsplit Revolution lets you tile windows. Turn chaos into order and increase productivity by arranging windows in pre-defined patterns via drag&snap or custom hotkeys. Efficient use of high resolution screens guaranteed.


Android Apps on Sale, 11 April: Pathogen & The Walking Dead

11th April, 2014

This week we have four awesome games, one of which is entirely free.


How to Edit and Clean Up Android’s Share Menu: No Root Required

8th April, 2014

If you’re like most Android users, your Share menu is cluttered with options you never use. It doesn’t have to be that way.


How To Get Commercial Software For Free, Legally (T-Shirts, Too!)

8th April, 2014

Here’s one of our best-kept secrets: You can get commercial software, t-shirts, and more, just by doing what you already do.


5 Woodworking YouTube Channels You Should Subscribe To Today

7th April, 2014

Even if you’re not a woodworker yourself, watching high-quality woodworking videos is a great way to learn about the craft, and who knows, you might even realize you want to make something yourself.