1. f308gt4's Avatar
    I bought this screen protector from a link posted in another thread by another user:

    Skinomi TechSkin - Samsung Galaxy S7 Screen Protector (Case Friendly)

    I use both a screen protector and case (as I suspect many others do). The glass protectors available at this time just aren't all that good. So, I decided to go with a traditional wet-application protector. The first one I purchased started lifting up on the corner, top and sides due to interference with the case. Then, I saw the link above that was posted in one of the Androidcentral threads. For less than $8, I decided to give it a try.

    I got the protector on Friday, and installed it Friday evening. It is a wet install protector. In theory, you should turn off your phone when installing, which means most people will install prior to going to bed, and leave the phone off overnight. Since the S7 is water resistant, I actually did it with the phone turned on. Didn't have any issues. You only use a small amount of the supplied liquid (one or two sprays on the protector is more than enough). I did leave the case off the phone until the next morning. As with other wet protectors, you do get some bubbles which go away usually in a day or two. By morning, all of mine were gone. I did get a little imperfection during the install right by the menu button, but that was a consequence of my installation, and not an issue with the screen protector. You can see it in the photo below.

    The next morning, I put the case on the phone and went on with my day. It's now Sun afternoon, and the screen protector still looks great. Until someone comes out with a decent glass protector, I think this is the screen protector to go with if you are using a case.

    OK, here are some pics (excuse the dust- I'm not a professional photographer). Here is a pic of the corner of the phone. You can see that the protector is a little narrower than the edge, which allows you to put a case on it. You can also see where I mucked up the install by the menu button:



    Here's a pic of the protector on the phone without any case:



    And finally, here is a pic with the case on (it's a Diztronic case).



    In summary, this screen protector gets a thumbs up from me. Like I said, if you use a screen protector and a case, right now, this is the only screen protector that I'm aware of that doesn't lift up on the edges due to the case. Skinomi hit one out of the park with the screen protector!
    04-10-2016 03:45 PM
  2. tabs31's Avatar
    Outstanding review! Mines arriving tomorrow. Can't wait to get this screen protected!
    f308gt4 likes this.
    04-10-2016 04:20 PM
  3. jcp007's Avatar
    Looks like a great install. Not a single bubble.

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    04-11-2016 05:59 AM
  4. DBeary's Avatar
    Great results! ... have the Skinomi full body on my S7 and one edge about 12mm long does try to lift with my case that looks very much like yours , not big enough to bother with ... and I like having the whole screen covered, and the back too for when I have it out of the case

    AC .. we need an S7 & S7 Edge Glass Screen Protector sticky
    04-11-2016 07:58 AM

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