I have been using my iPad as an eReader, but I just jumped on the Office Depot sale for the Google Nexus 7 to use primarily for reading and was wondering how reflective the screen is? I do like to sit outside and read, and the reflections bother me when I am reading on my iPad, so I keep a matte screen protector on my iPad.
So I'm interested in this screen protector, as it offers edge to edge protection along with some other features I like:
Amazon.com: Skinomi TechSkin - LG Nexus 4 Screen Protector Ultra Clear Shield + Lifetime Warranty: Cell Phones & Accessories
However, as I'm in the UK its not available to me.
Just a question to those of you, I'm assuming most, who put a screen protector on your phone. I've been having troubles with the Nexus 5 screen protectors, specifically a matted protector from Ghost Armor, in which my common TPU case pushes up the corners of the protector rather severely.
I bought a used Samsung Galaxy Nexus to replace Nexus 4 disaster and so far very pleased with it feature and quality wise.
It didn't come with a protector and has a several really small scratches, with the biggest one right in the centre. It's really not the end of the world, but would putting a screen protector hide them?
The screen protector to the right of the front face camera is very annoying and I find it very hard to not accidentally roll it up from slipping it in my pocket and when I put a TPU case on it the edges of the screen protector are pushed and form bubbles which I can smooth out if I take the case off but it's still pretty annoying..