The obvious way Protecting Jack Frost from hitting your fingers and slipping on wet gloves. People have been wearing gloves for centuries, and the transition from mittens to thumbs to their own is the biggest boost in all that time. But traditional gloves do not play well with our phones. Sure, you can tap inadvertently on the touchscreen before removing the gloves to use on your phone. But would you not like to carry good quality touchscreen gloves?
Both gloves have physical or fingertips that work with the viewers, but some are better than others. I tested every team in the book with my phone – I answered calls, browsed the internet, and texted – and I found comfort, touch, and warmth, to use during the 40 degree Fahrenheit. This is what we love.
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Adjust Your Phone Preferences
There are touchscreen gloves here to suit any problem, but before we dive inside, I suggest you increase the sensitivity of your phone’s screen. Here is how:
On an Android phone: Go to Preferences, System, Languages and inputs, then Pointer speed, and then lower to the top. Some Android phones also have Add a touch of touch the way you can find on Display preferences.
On the iPhone: Go to Preferences, Reachable, Touch, and tap 3D & Haptic Touch and change the slider to Light.