Motorola Droid X :: Anti Smudge Screen Protector?

Oct 10, 2010

I didnt realize how good the quality of the display of the phone (anit-glare/smudge i had on made it not shiny any kinda blury)! I might have to leave it off when i get the new/like-new one im getting!! I mean its gorilla glass anyway so its almost scratch proof right?? you guys have screen protection or no? Id like to see the majority

Motorola Droid X :: anti smudge screen protector?


Motorola Droid :: Clarivue Anti Glare Screen Protector

Jan 14, 2010

Two weeks ago I got the Clarivue ultra-clear screen protector and wrote a review which can be read here. I wanted to try the anti-glare version so I e-mailed Clarivue and they happily exchanged my ultra-clear for an anti-glare version. They sent me the anti-glare version first so that my screen could remain protected in agreement that I would send back the ultra-clear protector. So now this review will cover Clarivue's anti-glare screen protector. Packaging was the same as the ultra-clear protector, so I will not post pictures of the package, only pictures of the protector on the phone. Two different backgrounds so that you can compare the color and contrast with the protector on. I apologize for the blurriness of the second picture.

The application process: Application of this product was still very simple. This time around, however, I applied the protector while the hot water from my shower was steaming my bathroom. It helped with the dust a bit though I still managed to get two little pieces in there. I easily got rid of them with some tape.

Fit:...............

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Motorola Droid :: Boxwave Anti Glare Screen Protector

Nov 25, 2009

I had one on my old Storm, and I liked it, but I thought I'd post here first to see if any Droid owners have installed it yet. I hate the glare I get on my phone (and fingerprints too), especially while docked in my car. I know this will help but I was a bit hesitant. Anyone have it installed?

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Motorola Droid :: Lexerd Anti Glare Screen Protector Impressions

Jan 13, 2010

-It came quickly
-Installation was very simple (sans flimsiness, see cons), it's a tad smaller so it's easy to get on.
-Came with awesome equipment for installation, like latex finger covers
-Totally fingerprint resistant, as to be expected with anti glare
-It's definitely ANTI-glare
-Really thin, so no sensitivity is lost
-Feels EXTREMELY smooth, I prefer the feel to the standard glass

CONS:

-Makes the screen have a terrible rainbow effect on all lighter screens, a lot worse than I expected, I have an anti glare on my iPod Touch that I LOVE, it doesn't do this rainbow effect nearly as bad. I don't know if it's the screen of the products, or just the difference in protectors, but it's noticeable. Note: I also keep little to no brightness on either of them -There seems to be no adhesive anywhere around the edges of the film, because even with the protector dead center there is a border of bubble (well it just doesn't lay flat). Though if you use a case this would be nonexistant as it would probably cover it -The thinness is a tradeoff, because while it does help with the sensitivity, it's a PIA to put on cause it's so flimsy. So yeah, overall I'm content with it, but it could be much better. I just have to have anti-glare, cause to me I can't STAND fingerprints. Actually the anti-glare I could care less about, these might as well be called anti-fingerprint to me.

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HTC Droid Eris :: Anti - Glare / Clear Screen Protector?

Jan 23, 2010

I can't find any posts that actually have comparison pictures. I've read reviews but need to see physical evidence that one is better then the other. I'm annoyed with the constant finger prints whipping, so I'd imagine that anti-glare would be the preferred choice. Then again I don't know what the contrast will look like afterward. This is my dilemma

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HTC Droid Eris :: Anti-glare Cell Phone Screen Protector

Dec 3, 2009

Has anyone tried this screen protector?Amazon.com: Lexerd - HTC Droid Eris TrueVue Anti-glare Cell Phone Screen Protector: Electronics.Is there a better one? I prefer one that shows no finger prints or glare.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Clarivue Anti Glare Screen Protector Isn't Reflective Like Mirror

May 31, 2010

Installed my clarivue last night. It was really easy to install. This really helps with visibility outside, the screen isn't reflective like a mirror anymore. The touch screen doesn't feel as good as naked, but it repels fingerprints so I think it's worth the trade off. Excuse the dust.

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Motorola Droid :: Find Anti Glare Screen Protectors?

Jun 26, 2010

where I can find an anti-glare matte screen protector for my Moto Droid?

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Motorola Droid :: Best Case - Screen Protector - Screen Problems During Calls

Apr 12, 2010

I was thiking of buying either a screen protector from verizon or best buy. I was wondering which is the best to buy out of the two or if there is a better protector? Also what is the best case for the motorola droid? Lastly, when I make phone calls my screen goes black so it is hard for me to end calls. How can i fix this? I don't see any settings for this on the droid.

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Motorola Droid X :: Bubbles On Screen / Even When Screen Protector Removed

Oct 21, 2010

So I recently got a set of screen protectors and put one on.All was well just noticed a few bubbles and so I tried to work them out.They weren't going away, so I figured I would try again so I removed it and to my astonishment the bubbles were still there. It's like they formed under the screen somehow when I put the protector on, they were absolutely not there before.There are 2 in the center of the screen and a few along the edges. At first I just thought it was a water spot but I cannot wipe them off.The ones on the edge of the screen I can"push out" to the edge to almost make them disappear.When you touch them with the pads of your fingers you can feel a slight "bump" in the screen (very minute but still there).They bubbles are easily visible when the screen is off and almost go away when the screen is on but you can still tell they are there.Is this a defect in the phone or did I cause this trying to install the protector? I didn't push down hard on the screen, just applied the protector and they appeared.

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Motorola Droid : Static Screen Protector Like That Covers Whole Screen?

Nov 24, 2009

I'm currently using the phantom skinz line and although I like the body protectors I think the screen protector has reduced some of the screen's clarity/sharpness. This wasn't an issue with the static protectors I got from verizon. The only reason I replaced the verizon ones is because they didn't cover the buttons along the bottom of the screen. Anyone find a static protector they like that covers the whole screen?

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Motorola Droid X :: Best Screen Protector To Buy?

Aug 4, 2010

I know this has probably been answered a bunch of times. What is the best screen protector to buy? I've heard good things about Ghost Armor and Steinheil protectors. Out of those two, which is the better screen protector?

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Motorola Droid X :: Tip For Screen Protector

Aug 29, 2010

I don't know if this is a repost but i got dust under my SGP screen protector and it was really bugging me. I used blue painter's tape and it worked perfectly.

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Motorola Droid :: Off With Screen Protector

Jun 28, 2010

I have had an Invisible Shield on my droid since I got it. There were a few pieces of dust under it that have been driving me crazy so I decided to take it off. What a difference! It looks better, feels more responsive to touch, and it is a lot smoother when I use pinch to zoom (no friction between my finger and the screen). I am paranoid that I'm going to scratch the screen but the trade off is worth it.

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Motorola Droid :: Who Is Using Screen Protector?

Nov 9, 2009

I bought the Droid Screen Protectors (came in a three pack) from Verizon, and I really don't like them. Every time I touch the phone, it leaves a finger print or a smear mark where I dragged my finger, and i don't really like the texture it adds to the screen. (Maybe I applied it wrong?)Just curious who is using a screen protector, and furthermore if you are, what screen protector are you using?

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Motorola Droid :: Best Screen Protector Still To Come

Nov 14, 2009

As a previous iPhone user I can attest to the quality of screen protectors from Power Support. The matte finish one I used on my iPhone (and the most popular for the iPhone) never detracted a bit from the display clarity and it actually made the display more slippery to the touch. These are the screen protectors they sell in all the Apple sotres. Power Support saidtThey say they're working on one for the Motorola Droid.

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Motorola Droid :: Screen Protector - Best Option

Dec 13, 2009

I want to buy an screen protector for the Droid, i usually get invisible shield for everything, but after reading few threads here, there has been couple of members on this forums unhappy with it. So those of you that have an screen protector on your droid, what are you using? r u happy with it? I have tried Wrapsol, and i ended up taking it off right away and going to return it back for an refund because after putting it on, i saw alot of haziness on the screen and it drove me nutz, i don't know if i should have waited for the next day to see if it goes away but it did not look right.

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Motorola Droid :: What Is Best Thing For Screen Protector?

Nov 15, 2009

Probably asked already but couldn't find, just got my Droid what is bet thing for screen protector.do I need one? Had generic ones for BB had to cut them to fit, tried to do one for Droid had all sorts of probs.

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Motorola Droid X :: Keep Getting Dust From Screen Protector

Sep 7, 2010

How do you keep dust from getting under the screen protector and the sides of phone and protector. I have vzw screen protector and the vzw shell holster combo.

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Motorola Droid X :: Without A Screen Protector - Scratched?

Jul 27, 2010

Has anyone without a screen protector scratched it yet? Im just curious. I dont really wanna get one because i have never liked them but if i have to i guess i wouldnt mind.

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Motorola Droid :: Invisible Shield Screen Protector

Jan 24, 2010

I recently ordered the invisibleshield protector for the screen of my droid, but it seems the concensus around here is that boxwave is the best.Is there anyone here who uses invisibleshield who can tell me what they think of it? I may send it back for a boxwave when it arrives if i decide to.

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Motorola Droid :: Screen Protector Website Scam?

Aug 31, 2010

not sure what is going on but its a free full body guard scratch resistant clear skin all you do is pay 3 dollars for shipping i have no idea has anyone else used this? its a stealth guard is this their real site?

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Motorola Droid :: Can I Return Phone / After Putting On Screen Protector?

Nov 19, 2009

I want to get a screen protector (probably Ghost Armor) but am still considering exchanging the Droid down the road. Will Verizon still take it? Or are protectors easily removable?

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Motorola Droid :: Where To Get Case For Phone With A Screen Protector Built In?

May 16, 2010

I'm looking for a case for a droid

looking for one with a screen protector built in

and it to fit a belt clip or a belt clip included

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Motorola Droid :: Clarivue Ultra-clear Screen Protector Review

Dec 30, 2009

Some people like screen protectors, some don't. Some enjoy the fact that the Droid's glass is made of gorilla glass. Others are paranoid and rather not take the chance. I am both, so I decided to shell out a few bucks to get a screen protector. And after much reading on these forums, it came down to two types of protectors: anti-scratch (invisibleshield, bodyguardz, etc) or static (boxwave, clarivue). I decided the latter because I like the fact that it can be reapplied and it doesn't interfere with the screen's sensitivity.

I bought a Clarivue ultra-clear screen protector. As mentioned earlier, it is a static clear screen protector so it's washable, reusable, and durable. I chose Clarivue over Boxwave for three reasons. 1. It's cheaper ($9.89 shipped vs Boxwave $12.95). 2. It comes with two screen protectors (Boxwave comes with one). and lastly, 3. Lifetime warranty ($3 shipping and handling added with every exchange).

I should mention that I am in no way affiliated with Clarivue nor am I getting paid to write this review. Just a happy customer sharing my thoughts on this product to help other fellow droid members

So it all comes down to, how is it? Well here's a few pictures for the heck of it.

Also includes a cleaning cloth for your screen before you apply. Note, the screen protector is NOT blue, that's the protective layer on top of the clear screen protector. Also, I just noticed that the screen protectors are upside down. Sorry for the confusion.

I must say, this worked really well. It removed all dust, oils and any marking that I previously had on my screen and dried really fast, so I was able to apply the protector right after.

The application process:
It's easy to put it on. Once the screen is clean, simply remove the first layer on the screen protector (Marked #1), align it to the phone and apply. I used a credit card to get rid of the bubbles. I did it in my dusty room so there were a few particles of dust that got in the way as I was putting it on, so I simply lifted the protector with tape and with another piece of tape wrapped around my finger I gently picked the dust off the screen and protector, then reapplied.
*Tip*Some have shared that it's better to put the protector on while the shower has been running under hot water for some time so that steam in the bathroom knocks off any chance of dust getting in the way of the application process.

Fit:
Width wise, the protector fits perfectly. From border to border, it neatly covers the screen.
Height wise, the protector falls one millimeter short. Some people may like this, some may not. I could care less.
*Note* The screen is not TOTALLY protected due to the speaker cutout. As you'll notice in the picture below, the screen is exposed just above the speaker.

Clarity:
The website states that it offers ultra-clear (hence the name) clarity, and I believe it was 99%. I must say, the clarity surely is there. The screen is still just as bright when phone is on and when the screen is off, I can't tell that there's a screen protector.

Feel:
The protector gives it a smooth glass-like finish. It feels as smooth as it was without it.

Strength:
I'm not about to go start scratching the hell out of the protector to see how strong it is or dropping my keys on it. So as far as its ability to withstand scratches, I cannot mention at the moment. However, the website advertises an "Anti-scratch" feature, but probably not to the degree as the real anti-scratch protectors.

Fingerprints/oils/markings:
Because it is not the anti-glare model, the screen is still very much prone to finger prints, face oils, and other markings. Is it as prone as it was without it? No, but ever so slightly. It manages to decrease the amount of markings, but they are still noticeable.

Satisfaction:
I'm very satisfied with Clarivue's ultra-clear screen protector. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is in search of a screen protector. It fits really well, its very affordable, will keep it your Droid secure for those worried about deep scratches, and it's got lifetime warranty, so there's piece of mind

Final thoughts:
Though I cannot speak for Boxwave's quality of products, I can confidently say that other members in this forums and beyond are extremely happy with that particular brand. It would be great if I could compare them side by side, but I feel as though they would be very similar.

Shipping took 7 business days to California. It was either coming from Washington (Directly north of California) or Canada. I believe it took a longer time because of the holiday rush.

I haven't tried to detach the protector, wash it, and reapply it so as far as that feature goes I cannot comment. But I will try it soon since I've got some bubbles left (stupid dusty room) so I will come back and update on that soon.

If you're thinking about a screen protector, I would highly recommend a static screen protector. It hardly noticeable so you've got nothing to lose and everything to gain. I'm confident that those who make this purchase will not regret it.

Lastly, if you're debating whether to get the anti-glare or the clear protector, it's all preference. You'll forfeit clarity for the convenience of anti-glare and no fingerprints. And vice versa. I'd love to try the anti-glare version, so Clarivue is you're reading this, hook it up

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Motorola Droid :: Review - Boxwave ClearTouch AntiGlare Screen Protector

Dec 20, 2009

Got my Boxwave Anti Glare screen today and wanted to provide a review for folks who are on the fence.

It came by USPS in an envelope. It was in a thin plastic bag with instructions, one of those microfiber cloths, and something called a cleartouch applicator (basically a thin piece of plastic/cardboard hybrid used to smooth out bubbles under the screen).

Application seemed easy but there was so much dust, hairs, etc getting stuck to the adhesive side of the screen. I read up on a tip here in the forums about applying it in the bathroom with the shower running on hot. That worked really well to say the least. I also took some scotch tape in there with me and removed some lint on there. Before I applied it, I ran it through the hot water in the shower real quick and shook it like a polaroid camera before applying. There were many water droplets on the screen's adhesive side but when I put it on they disappeared and eventually evaporated.

I got it on there pretty nice with no bubbles. There are a few tiny bubble like things on the side but not on the screen and invisible when the screen is on. The screen did indeed lose its nice smooth glass touch. Instead theres a bit of a plasticy feel. But it has its own nice feeling to it so I'm liking it now. There was also loss of optical clarity, definitely noticeable but not to a first time user. but that was easy for me to get used to.

The anti glare works great! I played a video for my mom, sister and I to watch with the lights on and they were able to see it from the angles they were sitting at. Also, smudges and fingerprints are GREATLY reduced, however they still occur. Fingerprints are only noticeable if your hard press the screen and then look for them in the light. Same goes for facial oils.

All in all I am greatly satisfied with my purchase. I was able to rinse the thing in water, apply it under "steamy" conditions and see the amazing results. Yes there is a significant noticeable loss of clarity and you do lose the smooth glass feeling. But the new feeling is just as easy to get used to and does not interfere with touch sensitivity one bit.

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Motorola Droid :: Screen Protector Reviews - Zagg Vs Phantom Vs Stealth

Apr 24, 2010

I have seen threads on the best screen protector, and I have some of my own conclusions. I have had every single one I am listing, I have used them each for about 1 month to 2 months, so I know what I am talking about. Here they are. With each one, at the end I will include scores ranging from 0-5. And the overall, average of each one. Grip- How well each one is set down on something and able to remain put during a drive or something, and how it feels in the hands.

Screen Feel- How close and nice it feels to the screen. Protection/Scratch Test- How it preforms to the normal keys in the pocket and nails etc, hitting the screen and phone. Price- Worth the price paid? How well of a deal it is. Installation- How easy it was. Overall- The average of the 5. Background= All were installed using Zagg Spray. I used each for about 1-2 Months Each. I only bought the Full Body Protection. The Zagg Cost me 19.99 for one. The Phantomz Skinz cost me 25 for Two. And Stealth Guard cost me 9.99 for TWO. Took my time with installations and all. Thanks and have a good time reading this.......................

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Motorola Droid :: Motorola Droid HD Mirror Screen Protector

Dec 12, 2009

Has anyone used the Motorola Droid HD Mirror Screen Protector for their droid? It looks pretty cool, but I was wondering if anyone has real world review of the mirror screen.

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Motorola Droid :: Looking For Anti Glare?

Mar 2, 2010

i have nothing on my screen right now but its hard to see the screen outside so im looking for antiglare whats the best thing out right now to get for this

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HTC Droid Eris :: Best Screen Protector?

Jan 9, 2010

What brand of screen protectors do you all like? I've heard people talking about Zagg, Wrapsol, and Phanton Skinz, but which is the best? Preferrably would like one that is not very "grippy" and has as little orange peel effect as possible.

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