45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
WAY better than invisible shield by ZAGG,
This review is from: iVisor for iPad 2 - White (99MO020909) (Personal Computers)
I bought the Invisible Shield by ZAGG for the Apple iPad 2 first because that was the only screen protector that was available at Best Buy at the time. The application process for that screen protector took at least 2 people. The protector is flimsy and gets stuck together easily. Also, despite the instructions saying that the microbubbles will disappear after 2-3 days, they did not.
I was very unhappy with the look of the ZAGG screen protector, so decided to buy the Moshi iVisor AG. It was SO much easier to stick on my iPad. It's pretty much fool proof, as long as you follow the very simple directions. The screen is also matted so it's not as glary; and reduces smudging. It's also $10 cheaper than the ZAGG version. I'd highly recommend the moshi iVisor!! It also says it's removable and washable - which I have yet to try. But all of the other claims are spot on (the minimal impact to brightness, ez-glide surface treatment allows better touch screen maneuverability, 100% bubble free, and reduces smudging! So good! GO get this screen protector if you're looking for a good one that's easy to install!!
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Initial post: Mar 17, 2012 5:22:04 PM PDT
Hey is it clear when it's on the iPad not where it makes the screen look weird and all I got the new iPad with retina display I don't want a screen protector that is matte finish
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 17, 2012 9:27:26 PM PDT
Audrey Farber says:
The product description states: not compatible with iPad 3.
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