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Who hasn’t experienced it? You’re on the train, on a bus or at the airport briefly checking your most important e-mails on your smartphone, or you’re browsing through the selfies you took last night, when suddenly you get that uncomfortable feeling – someone’s looking over your shoulder at your display.
Shoulder surfing happens everywhere, usually inadvertently but occasionally on purpose. Because we keep intimate information on our smartphone, these kinds of glimpses always represent a serious invasion of our privacy.
No longer using our cell phones in public is, of course, not an option. The solution is to see but not be seen: our high-quality Privacy Screen Protector offer privacy protection for smartphone displays and keep tedious shoulder surfers at bay by darkening the screen from a side perspective of 30°. At the same time, the display remains bright and perfectly legible for you.
The screen protector is simple to affix to the screen without adhesive and doesn’t leave any residue behind when removed. If you want to share images and news with your neighbors, switch the Privacy Screen Protector to "share mode" simply by tilting the phone into a horizontal position.
1. "You were amazing last night!"
Does your partner think it’s hot to spice up your workday with dirty text messages? That’s more than enough reason to keep your cell phone in the desk drawer.
2. Party pics and blackouts
You’re trying without success to reconstruct the party last night by scrolling through the photo gallery on your phone. Strangers don’t need to see that, do they?
3. This one’s on me
You treat yourself to a ridiculously expensive pair of shoes from your favorite online shop? Make sure to protect your display and thus your credit card information. Otherwise, the next package will end up on the doorstep of the person sitting next to you on the train – just like that!
4. Date à trois
Testing the waters on Tinder or Parship? Good for you! And for all of the other commuters who are only too happy to browse a few new profiles along with you over your shoulder...
5. Game over for top scorer
Was the important text message that you absolutely had to send during the last meeting in reality just a relaxing game of Minecraft? It’s a clear "game over" for your career if your boss notices.