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Screen Protector

Keep Your Display Safe with Screen Protectors



It did not take touchscreen devices long to become extremely popular, but once they did, everyone realized that they would need to be protected from everyday damage at all costs. Soon after that realization, a number of companies started making protective accessories for smartphones and tablets – cases, covers, sleeves, and screen protectors. All of these were designed to protect entire phones, but their main focus was on the most fragile part of these devices – their screens.

Nowadays, smartphone manufacturers are doing their best to make their mobile phones and other gadgets more resilient with the help of tempered glass, special coatings (e.g. Gorilla Glass), and new materials, but sometimes this is simply not enough to keep your phone's screen intact.

 

Touchscreen's Best Friend

There is a good reason why smartphone users are turning towards screen protectors more and more. You need to remember that almost every interaction on a smartphone goes through its screen, which is why it can easily get damaged. Once the screen's scratched or broken, you are left with only two options: replace the entire screen or keep using it the way it is. A screen protector gets you out of this mess, so it is definitely easier (and cheaper!) to remove one screen protector and paste another one on your phone when needed than to replace or repair the whole device.

 

Different Types of Screen Protectors

1. Tempered Glass – one of the newest and best types of screen protectors on the market. It does not come cheap, but it is definitely worth the money. Tempered glass screen protectors are more robust and last longer than your traditional ones, and it is easier to install them on your phone (no air bubbles whatsoever). The best part is that they do not affect your screen's functionality in any way. Tempered glass screen protectors are available for all popular phones, in different price ranges and from different manufacturers.

2. Liquid Glass – the technology of the future. These screen protectors are easy to apply, and coat your screen's surface with a protective layer of a special nano-material. One of the major advantages of these protectors is that they are suitable for almost all smartphones and tablets, but also for cameras, GPS devices, smartwatches, etc. Some of them can shield your phone from water and humidity as well – e.g. Crystalusion Liquid Glass Protection.

3. Anti-glare, Privacy, and Other Traditional Screen Protectors – these offer a number of useful features. Depending on which one you choose, they can reduce glare, prevent fingerprints from getting to your screen, and even stop other people from peeking at your phone. They come cheaper than e.g. tempered glass ones, but can also be more difficult to apply to your smartphone. Traditional screen protectors need to be replaced more often, but you can be sure they will protect your phone's screen to the maximum.

 

MyTrendyPhone Tips: How to Properly Apply a Screen Protector

1. First things first – clean the screen of your smartphone. A variety of screen protectors come with a cleaning cloth, so do not be afraid to use it. Make sure that there is no dust or any specs on the screen.

2. Be patient – a screen protector should be placed slowly on the screen of your device.

3. Steam up the room you are in – once the steam disappears, there will be less dust in the air. This is the best time to put a screen protector on your phone.

4. Do not allow the sticky part of the screen protector to touch you or any other surface.

5. If you notice air bubbles after having placed the screen protector, push them out with a credit card or a similar item. If this does not work, you might need to reapply the screen protector.