Just ordered my Zagg Shield for my Bionic. Had on on my Droid and was very happy. Still looks new...
Only difficulty is the installation, but if you take care, it can be done well...
I'm using the Zagg in combination with the TPU case for the extended battery. I like it but I don't always like the rubbery feeling of it. Another thing is you have to put it on EXACTLY in place or it hangs over the beveled edge and will gather lint. I had to take mine off like 4 times and reapply it. No matter what some say, the zagg can be removed, washed in soapy water and reapplied just fine.
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How does the Zagg shield work with swype text? I know it's rubbery, but does it allow for decent sliding across the screen?
Thanks HorsePony. Do you know if you can have it done at the mall or somewhere that sells Zagg?
I personally do not use or even like swype, but I can tell you my fingers do stick to it sometimes when scrolling and cause a false hit. I seem to be more used to it now though and doesn't really happen that often. One thing I have noticed is that after installing the Zagg, I never notice the pentile pixels anymore. Screen looks great now.
If you're a first-timer, don't worry...LOL...you're gonna be nervous as hell trying to line everything up right, trying not to get a fingerprint to stick on the sticky side...all that stuff. Just go slower than what you would consider safely slow, line things up, keep fingertips wet, and you'll be a-o-k in your application.
I guess it depends on where you live. I can think of three places that specifically sell Zagg and do application for you. So I will check on that for myself. I know they do some electronic devices but I wasn't sure if they did cell phones. I might end up just doing it myself. I hear people saying the edges don't line up and becomes a lint trap, but I think i'd prefer a scratched screen over tons of ghetto lint and dust sticking all around the phone.