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  • 5 iPhone Tips & Tricks

    The iPhone is one of the most advanced smartphones on the market. You can use your iPhone for almost anything, from surfing the web to holding virtual "meetings" with friends, coworkers, and family members. Even with hours of practice, however, it's nearly impossible to learn everything there is to know about this innovative mobile device. Below are some iPhone tricks you may not have ever discovered on your own.

    1. Perform a soft reset

    Even though the iPhone is designed to function perfectly at all times, the screen may sometimes freeze up, especially if you try to run too many applications at one time. Fortunately, you can easily solve the problem by performing a soft reset. According to iSmashPhone, you can reset the device by simply holding down the sleep and home buttons simultaneously until the screen turns off and restarts.

    2. Scroll quickly to the top of the page

    When surfing the Internet or reading email, you may sometimes find yourself scrolling all the way down to the bottom of the page only to find that you need to return to the top. To accomplish this task quickly, simply tap the top bar, which is the bar that features the battery life and time. Your screen will immediately return to the top of the page.

    3. Answer calls with your headphones

    Few iPhone users realize that the headphones accompanying the device come with a button that you can use to answer phone calls, hang up and send calls you don't want to answer to voicemail. You can also use the headphones to answer call waiting or ignore it. Even when calls aren't coming in, you can use the button on the headphones to play songs, pause them and skip to the next song.

    When a call is coming in, answer it by pressing the button once, or press the button twice to send the call to voicemail. If a second call comes in while you're already on the phone, press the button once to answer it, or press and hold the button for two seconds to send it to voicemail. Finally, you can play and pause songs with one press of the button, or you can skip to the next song by pressing the button twice.

    4. Take a quick screenshot

    According to iPhoneToolBox, taking a screenshot is easier than most iPhone users may think. If you want to take a quick picture of the screen, simply hold the home button down and click the lock button one time. The screenshot will be taken immediately. You will know you have been successful if the screen flashes white.

    5. Insert punctuation fast

    When texting or typing on the iPhone, you must typically switch to the symbols screen, designated by the "123" button, to insert punctuation or numbers. However, if you are in a hurry, you can use a shortcut to add punctuation or numbers to your message. Simply press and hold the "123" button, slide your finger over to the symbol you would like to add to the message and release.

    Are you favorite tip or trick missing from the list? Let us know what your favorite is below so others can use their iPhone to its fullest capabilities and as always, don’t forget to protect your iPhone from everyday wear and tear!

  • Which eReader Is Best For Me?

    According to a recent Forbes article, an estimated 48.6 million Americans used an eReader at least once a month in 2012. This represented nearly a 44 percent increase over 2011 numbers. The number of Americans using eReaders is expected to rise in the coming years. The same article also reported that 11 percent of book readers now strictly use digital means when it comes to their reading selections.

    Are you one of the millions that have finally decided to take the plunge and invest in an eReader only to find yourself somewhat bewildered by all the options that are available to you? Aside from the tablet vs. eReader debate, there are tons of straight eReader options out there to choose from.

    How do you know which one is the right choice for you?

    Tablet vs. eReader

    This is a debate that’s sure to rage on for a while. The first thing you need to consider is whether you’re looking for something to function simply as an eReader or if you want something with a little more functionality. Basic eReaders with e ink displays are readable – even in direct sunlight. This makes them perfect to take along for beach reading, kids’ softball practice, and any other activities or locations that would make reading impossible on a tablet device. However, if you want something with more features, you might be happier with a tablet.

    Battery Life

    This is an important consideration. Battery life varies greatly depending on how heavily you use your eReader, how many pages you turn, and whether or not you leave the Wi-Fi on. Kindle’s e-ink reader with keyboard, for example, lasts up to two months on a single charge if the Wi-Fi is disabled and about ten days with the Wi-Fi on. Many owners choose to leave the Wi-Fi off unless they want to look for books or load new books onto their devices. People report similar results while using Nook’s Simple Touch and when using Amazon Kindle’s Paperwhitedevices. Tablet devices, by comparison, typically range from 7.5 to 11 hours on a single charge.

    Price

    Price is a major concern for struggling families everywhere. Kindle offers a few hefty benefits in the price department. First, Amazon offers a lower price on eReaders if readers are willing to receive special offers. Additionally, membership in Amazon Prime costs a yearly fee and provides readers with several “perks” – one of which is borrowing one free Kindle book per month. Finally, there are hundreds of free eBooks to download from Amazon on any given day. This provides readers the opportunity to explore new writers and helps them keep their eBook budgets in check.

    Barnes and Noble’s Nook also offers a few low-cost eReader options without the special offer requirement with an impressive selection of Nook books free of charge. The good news for you, as a consumer, is that there is stiff competition driving prices down on eReaders in general. The odds are good that you’ll be able to find an excellent eReader in your budget – even if it lacks a few bells and whistles the newer models offer.

    Size

    You’ll find that eReaders come in a wide range of sizes and shapes. Like most eReader features, size comes down to a matter of preference. The average screen size for an e ink eReader is about 6 inches. Tablet devices are often larger in size and price than devices that are strictly eReaders. Nook HD comes in a 7” size and Kindle Fire comes in your choice of a 7” display or 8.9” display. The iPad mini is 7.9” and the standard iPad is 9.7”.

    Each eReader has a little something special that sets it apart from the others, including amount of memory, quality of backlit display, and processor speed. You’ll have to explore those options and make a selection based on the one reader that offers the options that are most appealing to you – and within your price range. Fortunately, the average eReader is an affordable investment once you consider the benefits that go along with it.

    Whichever eReader you end up selecting, make sure you protect your investment with a high quality eReader skin protector.

  • Key Differences if Upgrading: Galaxy S3 vs S4

    Building on the success of its most recent release, the Galaxy S3, Samsung unveiled its next conquest, the Galaxy S4. Because the Galaxy S3 has been on the market for such a short amount of time, Samsung lovers everywhere are wondering whether the phone is worthy of an upgrade so soon. To help you make the choice, consider the comparison below.

    Specifications

    The specifications offered on the Galaxy S4 are strikingly similar to those available on the S3. In fact, the processors are exactly the same. Just like the 2012 release of the Galaxy S3, the S4 will come in two different versions, one that runs with a 1.6GHz processor and one that runs with a 1.9GHz processor.

    The S4 will look and feel a bit bigger than the S3, as the screen is .2 inches bigger than its predecessor. The S4 is also a bit thinner and lighter than the S3, and the screen resolution is slightly better (1080p up from 720p on the S3). Finally, the Galaxy S4 comes with a 13MP camera, as opposed to the 8MP camera available on the S3.

    Features

    Unlike the specifications, which are largely the same as those of the Galaxy S3, the Galaxy S4's features are different enough to set it above its predecessor. The Samsung Galaxy S3 was the first to come with S-Voice, S-Beam, Direct Call and Smart Stay, all of which are still available on the S4. However, the S4 is also unveiling some new features. For example, the S4 comes equipped with S-Voice Drive, a new voice control system that allows you to control the phone hands-free. The phone also comes with S Health, which allows you to keep track of your fitness and other important health information, like your blood glucose levels or blood pressure.

    Even more impressive, the Galaxy S4 offers a new feature known as Samsung Smart Pause, which detects your eye movements and pauses videos when you aren't looking at the screen. The phone also comes with Samsung Smart Scroll, which allows you to scroll through content simply by tilting the phone in the logical direction. Furthermore, the S4 offers Air Gesture, which allows you to accept calls, scroll through content or change music tracks simply by waving your hand.

    Finally, the Samsung S4 comes with an innovative Dual Camera, capable of synchronizing videos and photos taken from both of its cameras, and it debuts Group Play, which allows you to wirelessly share music, games and videos with the people around you.

    To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade?

    Though the upgraded specifications are hardly sufficient to warrant an exchange, the new features that accompany the S4 are likely to be tempting for many users. Choosing whether to upgrade to the Samsung S4 depends on just how important these new features would be in your life. For example, if you love the idea of controlling your phone hands-free and using S Health to monitor your physical fitness, an upgrade may be the logical choice.

    Either way, it’s up to you but don’t let your choice affect the quality of your screen. Remember, you don’t have control over any scratches or cracks so make sure to purchase one of our screen protectors for your Samsung Galaxy S3 today. Don't forget to keep checking back for our own Samsung Galaxy S4 screen skins.

  • iPad Mini vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab:

    Which tablet is Best for You?

    Larger than a smartphone but smaller than a netbook, portable tablets are a must-have for many of today's tech-savvy consumers. In fact, Business Insider reports that tablet sales will surpass PC sales for the first time ever in 2014. With so many manufacturers creating their own versions of this gadget, it can be difficult to determine which one is the best choice for you. Below is a comparison of two of the most popular tablets: the iPad Mini and the Samsung Galaxy.

    Size

    The Galaxy tablet features a 7-inch screen, which is standard for most small tablets. The iPad Mini, however, features a 7.9-inch screen, which is slightly larger. There are both pros and cons to a larger screen. While the Samsung Galaxy is more compact, the iPad Mini's screen is easier to see. Thus, for consumers who enjoy watching movies or playing games on their tablets, the iPad Mini may be a better choice. Consumers who want a smaller tablet that takes up as little space as possible in tote bags or purses may be better off with the Galaxy. However, even though the Galaxy has a smaller screen, it is actually heavier than the iPad Mini. Thus, the Galaxy may take up less space, but the iPad is still lighter and more portable.

    Processor and Operating System

    Both the Apple iPad Mini and the Samsung Galaxy tablet are powered by a 1GHz Dual Core processor that gives them similar processing speeds and performance levels. While the Samsung Galaxy runs on Android 4.0, the Apple iPad Mini runs on Apple iOS 6. These operating systems are vastly different and each has its own advantages. According to Business Insider, Android is superior in terms of its photo sharing application, maps application, web browser, and video chat feature, while Apple's application store, accessibility features, notifications and camera are better.

    Price

    While these two devices are similar in performance, features and size, the prices are very different. The Apple iPad Mini launched at a much higher price point than the Samsung Galaxy Tab and continues to sell for more. The Apple iPad Mini does have a few features for which some consumers may be willing to pay more, such as its larger screen and lightweight design. However, for consumers who aren't as choosy or don't have a history of loyalty to Apple products, the Samsung Galaxy Tab is a more affordable option.

    The Bottom Line

    Both the iPad Mini and the Samsung Galaxy tab offer similar features, speeds, operating systems, and connectivity options. Since neither tablet is overtly superior to the other in terms of performance, you can choose the best product for you by simply considering which features you deem most important. For example, if you want a larger screen and a lighter weight, you may choose the iPad Mini. Conversely, if screen size isn't as important and you are looking to save a little money, the Samsung Galaxy is the clear winner.

    Whichever tablet you end up choosing, make sure you protect your investment with a high quality screen protecting skin: iPad Mini skins and Samsung Galaxy Tab skins.

  • Top New Tech Products in 2013

    Though it may seem like the world of technology can't improve anymore, the top manufacturers are always coming up with new products. Like any other year, 2013 will bring with it a host of advanced gadgets entering the market for the first time and vying for the attention of consumers. Below are some of the most highly anticipated products you can look forward to in this New Year.

    1. IPad 5

    According to the Huffington Post, the Apple iPad 5 could appear on the market as early as March 2013. The fifth generation version of this incredibly popular product is expected to be even lighter and thinner than its predecessor, combining all of the best aspects of the iPad 4 and the iPad Mini. You can also expect this newest model to include a touch screen similar to that of the iPad Mini, as well as Apple's innovative retina display technology.

    2. BlackBerry 10

    Research in Motion will release its newest BlackBerry operating system, BlackBerry 10. Though RIM was once one of the largest manufacturers of smartphones in the world, consumers have since moved on to Android and Apple products. With the unveiling of BlackBerry 10, RIM hopes to regain its popularity in the smartphone market. BlackBerry 10 is rumored to be faster than any operating system currently available on the market. Both a QWERTY keyboard and touch screen version will be available.

    3. Microsoft Surface Pro

    Also this month, tech enthusiasts can expect to see the release of the Microsoft Surface Pro. Although the Surface Pro will run on Microsoft's newest operating system, Windows 8, the Surface Pro will support all Windows 7 applications, and it will include an Intel Core 15 processor. According to Microsoft, the Surface Pro will come with a stylus and touch screen for tablet use, as well as a keyboard for laptop use. In spite of its many features, the Surface Pro will weigh less than 2 pounds.

    4. Amazon Phone

    Amazon plans to enter the smartphone market in 2013 with the unveiling of the Amazon phone. The phone is expected to offer sophisticated software integration and high quality hardware for a low price. Amazon will recoup the money it spends on hardware through Kindle books, Amazon Cloud Player, Amazon MPS and the Amazon Appstore, all of which will be compatible with this new product.

    5. PlayStation 4

    In response to the recent release of the Wii U, Sony is preparing to unveil its latest version of the PlayStation. Though Sony isn't offering many details about the PlayStation 4, consumers can expect to see this new product enter the market sometime in 2013. Sony is known for backing up its PlayStation consoles long-term, as is evidenced by the continuing presence of versions 2 and 3 on retail shelves. Thus, in spite of the silence from Sony, speculators predict that the PlayStation 4 will go far, much like its predecessors.

    6. XBox 720

    Rumors indicate that Microsoft's newest Xbox, which may be called Xbox 720, will hit the shelves by December 2013. Not much is known about this new system. However, speculators predict that the Xbox 720 will begin at a lower price point than its predecessor, the Xbox 360. Speculators also predict that the console will be smaller than the 360. Though Microsoft has indicated interest in motion-based games, it is likely that the 720 will continue to appeal to hardcore gamers.

    The products mentioned here represent just a few of the new offerings we expect to see in 2013. Which of your gadgets will you upgrade this year? Which do you think were sound investments that you’ll stick with?

  • Scratch-Proofing Your iPhone 5

    Apple fans eagerly awaited the iPhone 5 release for months. Week after week, rumor after rumor, patent after patent – Apple fans and tech bloggers dissected every piece of information that may or may not have led to some knowledge surrounding a new iPhone, from new Sharp glass screens with 4-inch displays to new charging connector ports.

    But with the heightened anticipation for the fifth installment of Apple’s flagship product, one major concern arose following the release of the iPhone 5. New users soon found that the new aluminum surfaces on the redesigned, lightweight phone scratched easily.

    Third party tests were conducted and they confirmed that the new aluminum surface on the back and the edge around the band are softer compared to the glass surface on previous models. The very feature that made the phone lighter and gave it a new, sleek design, also made it prone to scratches.

    The bright side is that the new aluminum casing is much easier to protect than older iPhone models. Clear, protective iPhone skins and screen protectors, like the ones Best Skins Ever makes, are an easy, cost-effective solution for iPhone 5 owners. Not only do they preserve the new iPhone’s stunning looks – unlike cases that cover it up – but iPhone 5 skins also keep the new aluminum-cased iPhones safe from blemishes. Also, the old glass-backed iPhones carry a higher risk with the potential of broken glass harming users.

  • Google Nexus 7 Tablet Skin

    Now offering the Google Nexus 7 Tablet Skins.  On sale for a short period of time.

    Protect your device without distorting that great resolution on your new Nexus 7,

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    Shipping starts tomorrow, Thursday, July 19th.

  • Nikon Camera Skins - On Sale

    Just in time for all your summer activities and on sale for a short period of time.

    We now offer Skins for the following Nikon cameras:

    Nikon Coolpix AW100

    Nikon Coolpix S3100

    Nikon Coolpix S3300

    Nikon D700

    If you don't see the camera Skin that you need, just contact our Support Team and they can help you out!

  • Nokia Lumia 900 Skin

    We have the Nokia Lumia 900 Skin you have been looking for.

    On Sale for a short period of time.

    Great clear protection for the glass touchscreen on your Nokia Lumia 900.

    Don't worry if you miss our sale, as our prices are always affordable.

  • HTC One X Skin On Sale

    Now shipping the HTC One X Skin from Best Skins Ever.

    On Sale for a short period of time.

    The protection you need for your shiny new device to keep those scratches off that occur from daily use.

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