Protecting the screen on your new tablet or smartphone is recommended: one scratch or chip can permanently blemish your much-loved device, while a crack can completely ruin it. The best way is to attach a polyurethane screen protector.
Screen protectors provide other benefits; for example, matt or anti-glare screen protectors help improve visibility in bright daylight. However, they’re not always so easy to apply. The web is littered with complaints about screen protectors that have air bubbles or aren’t straight and the whole process can be incredibly frustrating. Here are our top tips on successfully applying a screen protector.
Now you’re prepared, it’s time for the application. There’s a variety of methods you can use, but a popular one - and the one I’ve had most success with - is the hinge method:
You should now have a properly applied screen protector! Don’t worry if it didn’t work the first time - most modern screen protectors are designed to maintain their stickiness so they can be reapplied.
If you're still having problems with bubbles then have a look at Moshi's iVisor range. Unlike most other screen protectors, iVisor's feature a rigid design, making them completely bubble free on installation, without the need for vigorous smoothing. Follow our initials steps to help prevent dust and grease getting between the protector and screen, line up the iVisor and apply, for a bubble-free surface