The glossy finish looks like a regular glass screen protector when applied. It is thin; which sounds like it could be a negative but, I assure you this is not the case. The function of having a thin screen is to aid in sensitivity to the touch. By this, I mean the screen will let your finger glide with ease. You will barely notice you have a screen protector on your phone. The screen costs $30, which is right in the price range of a glass screen protector.
The matte finish is an innovative idea. This finish allows the screen to be resistant from finger prints and smudges. You will no longer have to clean off your screen multiple times a day. For those who wear makeup, you know all too well that this transfers on to your screen. With the matte finish this will easily wipe off with a cloth. There is no need to wash your screen. I personally use this screen protector. I cannot image going back to a glossy glass screen. At only $10 more than the glossy screen, you are getting great value for your money.
We have encountered clients and customers who could not imagine switching over to a new product. However, when they tried the protect pro, they were sold on the idea. If all of this is not enough to make you want to give it a try, I will leave you with one final selling feature. This product is used by NASA. You read that correctly, NASA. After multiple tests with different screen protectors, ProtectPro won NASA over. They apply these screens on their tablets for the Astronaut’s to take into space. They needed a product that could hold the glass in and prevent their Astronaut’s from harm. We at Apex Wireless have had people apply these to their already cracked screens. Although not it’s intended function, it will help you prevent getting cut by broken glass. If it’s good enough for NASA, it is good enough for ApexWireless.