Technology is changing at an absolutely breakneck pace: Many of the computer applications and software programs that are considered commonplace today were unheard of just a few years ago. Take music, for instance: Up until just a few short years ago, cassette tapes, compact discs and home stereos were the standard tools we used to listen to our favorite songs. Not any longer.
According to a survey recently conducted by the Pew Research Council, 48 percent of Americans are now listening to music digitally, using their smartphones or tablets. Nearly one out of every two Americans, in other words, now listens to music on a mobile device!
Many of us are listening to our favorite artists with the help of apps such as Spotify, which allows users to listen to the albums and playlists they love for free. Other popular apps for streaming music include Pandora and Slacker Radio.
Musicians have also changed the way they work, with many of them using mobile devices to actually record their music. Apps such as Garageband, for instance, allow iPads to be used as mini-recording studios. This is a crucial convenience for independent musicians especially, since tablets have essentially freed them from the confines of the studio.
An interesting hybrid is SoundCloud. It allows users to listen to literally millions of different artists for free, while also allowing musicians to upload original music of their own. This has become a favorite app for musicians and listeners alike, with many amateur musicians having their music heard for the first time on SoundCloud.
While the many music apps that mobile devices support have been revolutionary for music lovers and musicians alike, they’ve also led to a lot of smudges, fingerprints, squinting, and irreplaceable cracked screens.
It’s nearly an everyday occurrence, after all, to see someone with their arm stretched out, their phone held aloft, and their eyes squinting as they attempt to make out the images and text on their device’s display. The glare of the sun, or even a reflection from overhead lights, can result in a screen that is nearly impossible to see.
Or how about the person who is incessantly wiping their phone’s screen on their shirt in an attempt to remove greasy smears and fingerprints? Sometimes those obtrusive smears, of course, actually turn out to be tiny scratches on the screen itself. Those won’t be going away anytime soon.
And yet there is a simple and surprisingly cost-effective remedy to all these problems. It involves protecting your phone or tablet with a NuShield screen protector.
Protecting Your Device is Easy
NuShield screen protectors are an inexpensive way to keep glare away from your tablet and smartphone, protect then from scratches, and get rid of the greasy fingerprints for good.
The NuShield DayVue antireflective screen protector is perfect for people who listen to their music while jogging, or even while running errands around town. It maximizes screen visibility even in the brightest sun, and doesn’t negatively affect your tablet or smartphone’s touchscreen functionality. It also protects your device from UVB rays, and from scratches that appear as a result of heavy app usage.
If you’re a deejay or a working musician who occasionally performs outdoors—at parties, for instance, or at community events or outdoor music festivals—you’ll definitely want to protect the screens of your mobile devices with our DayVue film. Deejays and musicians who can’t make out their screens’ display, in fact, have been happily and successfully using DayVue film on their devices for quite some time.
We also sell antiglare screen protectors that can be applied to your laptop; these films have also proven quite popular with professional deejays especially. (Interested in learning how to apply our screen protectors to your laptop? This video takes you through the process.)
Professional or amateur musicians who use recording apps on a regular basis—or anyone who regularly listens to music indoors, for that matter—will love the NuShield Triple A screen protector, which is specifically formulated with antiglare, antimicrobial and antifingerprint film technology. This film is literally the perfect solution to annoying fingerprints and damaging scratches that appear on your device’s screen, and its anti-glare coating makes seeing your device’s display a breeze, even while under the glare of strong in-studio lights.
Many of us share our devices on a regular basis with friends and family. Musicians using their tablets are often handing their devices to collaborators and listeners alike. The NuShield Triple A Film has a matte surface that reduces glare and increases the visibility of your screen. It also has an antimicrobial coating that reduces germs and microbes, which is ideal if multiple people are handling your device.
All of the NuShield screen protectors are easy to apply and remove. When it comes to protecting your smartphone or tablet, adding NuShield technology is simply a no-brainer.
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