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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Ergotron WorkFit-S Dual with Worksurface+ Review and Giveaway

23rd January, 2014

Today we’re going to be looking at Ergotron’s WorkFit-S Dual with Worksurface+, a $499 sit-stand workstation that latches onto any existing tabletop.


Stop Wasting Time and Start Having Productive Meetings With MinutesPad for Android

22nd January, 2014

Meetings have a bad rap as inefficient time sinks. It doesn’t have to be that way: Turns out there may be hope for a productive meeting yet.


A Cautionary Tale: When Google Decides To Hold On To Your Personal Data And Won’t Let Go

13th January, 2014

We trust Google with our personal data every day: What happens when they won’t let us take it when we need it? Here’s a cautionary story of a Google Takeout experience.


Android Apps on Sale for 9 January 2014: Timely Alarm Clock for Free, Notif Pro, and Flight Control

10th January, 2014

This week we have one of the most beautiful alarm clocks for Android that went all-free, a zombie app that’ll whip you into shape, and more!


Sony Xperia Z1 Review and Giveaway

9th January, 2014

With a Snapdragon 800 SoC, 2 gigabytes of RAM, an Adreno 330 GPU, and a 441 ppi 5-inch full-HD screen, the Xperia Z1 is a lot of phone.


Need a Swype-like Keyboard For a Low-Memory Device? Your Quest is Over

7th January, 2014

It seems that in our rush to get a keyboard that works well, we threw memory consumption and privacy out the window.


It’s Not Really Dead: 7 Reasons To Start Using Google+ Today

7th January, 2014

I wake up in the morning, and check what’s new on Google+. Yes, really. Google is putting a lot of brawn and brains behind the social network everyone loves to hate, and it shows.


Vagrant: A Quick, Effortless Way to Create Virtual Machines for Local Web Development

3rd January, 2014

If you’ve ever worked on a Web development project, you know just getting started can be tough. Meet Vagrant, a free and powerful way to create project-specific virtual machines.


Android Apps on Sale for 2 January: Eufloria HD, Star Command, TSF Shell, And More

3rd January, 2014

This week we have two excellent tower defense games, an award-winning indie game, and one of the most ambitious (and expensive) app launchers — all on sale!


How to Play YouTube Videos In The Background, And Even With The Screen Off

2nd January, 2014

It is not often a third-party developer gets to beat Google at its own game. And yet, the official YouTube video app contains some glaring annoyances that just cry out to be fixed.


6 Ways To Make Use Of A 3D Printer At Home

26th December, 2013

Let’s say you had a 3D printer set up next to your computer right now, what could you realistically make with it today? Here are some ideas.


Android Apps on Sale for 19 December 2013: SwiftKey, Worms 2, Great Little War Game

20th December, 2013

The holidays are here, and with them, a whole bunch of crazy app promotions.


Touchpal X for Android: A Rising Alternative for Swype and SwiftKey?

18th December, 2013

It may not outright beat Swype or SwiftKey, but TouchPal X puts up a valiant fight and adds an eye-catching feature you won’t find on other keyboards.


Camera FV-5 Review and Screenshot Tour: A Shutterbug’s Android Dream

13th December, 2013

Pick the right camera app, and you end up with what’s effectively a complete point-and-shoot camera replacement in your pocket.