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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Quick Android Deals: Final Fantasy V Is On Sale!

17th October, 2013

Yup, Final Fantasy V is on sale right now, and it’s only one of four excellent apps listed in this week’s Quick Android Deals.


Create Beautiful Collages For Instagram With Photo Grid for Android

17th October, 2013

Ah, the coveted Instagram Like. Many of us say we don’t care, but it’s hard to remain truly blasé in the face of 15 (or 150) Likes on that photo you’ve uploaded yesterday.


You’ve Heard This Man’s Music Before, You Just Don’t Know It: Interviewing Dexter Britain

15th October, 2013

Soundtrack composer and multi-disciplined creative director. Read an interesting interview and meet the the man behind the music you might have listened to, but just didn’t know.


MyColorScreen Themer Is An Incredibly Easy and Sophisticated Way To Customize Your Phone

11th October, 2013

A smartphone is a very personal piece of kit — so why should your phone look just like mine?


Quick Android Deals: Fieldrunners 2, Osmos HD, And Other Android Gems On Sale Now

10th October, 2013

Quick Android Deals is a weekly column listing great games and apps that are on sale right now.


Procreate: One Of The Most Beautiful and Powerful iPad Art Apps Available Today

7th October, 2013

Let’s set the expectations at the outset here: this is not a post about how I used iPad app Procreate to create amazing artwork, because who cares.


Action Launcher, Reviewed: An Android Launcher That Tries To Be Truly Different

3rd October, 2013

Tap tap, swipe swipe, goes your Android launcher. No matter how “unique” and “alternative” most launchers try to be, they end up looking pretty much the same.


Burned: Why Trusting Shopping Reviews On Is a Bad Idea

30th September, 2013

“Absolutely terrible,” I wrote, proceeding to explain exactly what was wrong with the LED light I bought from and protect future buyers. Only the review was never published.


Powerful Python IDE PyCharm Community Edition Now Available For Free

27th September, 2013

JetBrains has recently released a new version of their PyCharm IDE in two different flavors, one of which is entirely free.


Tired of Instagram’s Effects? Try Repix For Android To Give Your Photos A More Unique Look

27th September, 2013

Repix combines a straightforward interface with diverse and powerful editing options, topping it all off with a no-nonsense business model.


Learnist For Android Tries To Make Munching RSS Feeds Into An Educational Experience

25th September, 2013

Gone are the days of carefully reading a single text — today’s learning is all about collecting resources from all over the place and going through them, rapid-fire, finding what we need.


The Future Is Here: Sketchfab Puts 3D Models Right In Your Browser

24th September, 2013

Sketchfab is a beautiful repository of inspiring 3D designs. You can upload 3D models and embed them anywhere on the Web. No plug-ins are required to view your embedded models: Just HTML5.


Quora for Android, Reviewed: Does The App Do The Service Justice?

18th September, 2013

With its tech-savvy foundations, it makes sense for Quora to have an official mobile app. I took it through its paces, and I’d be hard-pressed to say it blew me away.


How To Pick The Right Laser Printer For Your Needs

17th September, 2013

Monotone laser printers are as cheap as chips, but are they worth buying? What should you look for when you buy a new laser printer for your office?


Google Plus Now Offers More Powerful Image Editing For Chrome Users

12th September, 2013

Google has just announced powerful new photo editing features for all Google+ users. Filters such as Vintage, Drama, Retrolux and B&W can be applied via the browser, as can frames and tone adjustments.