The iAnder Galaxy Note 9 Screen Protector has every feature you could want from a screen protector, and it's inexpensive for a two-pack.

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iAnder Galaxy Note 9 Screen Protector

This screen protector is inexpensive, it'll feel great to use, and it'll save your phone if it drops.

You don't need to spend an exorbitant amount just to protect your phone's screen from scratches. This two-pack has everything you need in a screen protector, and it doesn't cost much.

Who should buy this screen protector

If you have a Note 9, this is the screen protector for you. It's tempered glass, so it will feel just as smooth as the glass on your phone. Its slim enough to fit under cases, so you can protect the rest of your phone as well. It includes an oleophobic coating to keep fingerprints and smudges at bay, and iAnder promises 99% light transmission, meaning the display will look just as wonderful as it would without the screen protector.

One thing to note (no pun intended) is that this screen protector won't cover 100% of the glass because of the curved design Samsung uses. If you want to completely protect your phone,

Is it a good time to buy this screen protector?

Yes. The Note 9 was just released, so there's no better time to get a screen protector. The price of this two-pack isn't going to get drastically lower, and it has every feature you would need from a screen protector.

Reasons to buy

  • Two-pack for a low price
  • Oleophobic coating to prevent smudges
  • Case friendly
  • Smooth, smooth glass

Reasons not to buy

  • Doesn't cover 100% of the front glass

Why you should buy this screen protector

It can be tempting to spend a lot for a screen protector, but after dropping $1000 on your phone, there's no need to spend more money. This comes in a two-pack, so you have a backup in case you misapply the first one, a screen protector for your partner, or just a second one if the first one cracks from a fall. Since this is tempered glass, it will feel just as nice as the actual display glass on the phone.

Don't spend more than you need to, especially after buying an expensive phone.

Every feature you could want in a screen protector is here, so you're not sacrificing anything to get to that low price. There's an oleophobic coating to keep the glass free of fingerprints and other grime, the glass is slim enough to fit underneath most cases, and your display will look just as clear as it would if you didn't have a screen protector installed.

Alternatives to the iAnder Screen Protector

If you're reading sensitive material on your phone or want an unbreakable bond between protector and screen, it's worth considering some other options.

Best for the privacy conscious

MOZEEDA Privacy Glass Screen Protector

Don't let wandering eyes look at your sensitive documents.

This has everything you could want in a screen protector, with a privacy bonus on top.

The Note line has long been known as a productivity powerhouse — the large screen is great for reading through documents, and the S-Pen is perfect for annotating PDFs. But working on that while on the go means there are a lot of chances for people to see what you're working on. This screen protector has all the standard features — it's tempered glass, has an oleophobic coating, anti-scratch and anti-shatter — but it has a coating that makes it nearly impossible to see the screen at off angles.

Upgrade pick

Whitesone Dome Glass Screen Protector

If you want a 100% perfect fit, this screen protector is for you — but it won't come cheap.

This screen protector will cover 100% of the front glass, and there's no gap between it and the glass on your phone.

The Note 9 is a gorgeous phone, so it's understandable to want a screen protector that perfectly matches all of the phone's curves. This one doesn't come cheap, but it will look and feel significantly better than other screen protectors.

Bottom line

The iAnder Galaxy Note 9 Screen Protector is the perfect companion to your Note 9. It will keep the display scratch free, repel fingerprints, and do so without blowing a hole in your wallet.

Credits — The team that worked on this guide

Tom Westrick is a U.S.-based freelancer. He's been poking and prodding at Android phones since 2011, and covering various topics for Android Central since 2017. He can often be found with multiple laptops in his backpack and a cup of iced tea in his hand. Follow him on Twitter.

Ara Wagoner is overjoyed to have joined the Android Central team full-time after four years of freelance contributions to the site. Yes, her holster is for a phone not a gun. When she's not building new Android themes and poking Google Assistant with a stick, you can find her gutting pumpkins to brine and bake pumpkin seeds. If you see her without headphones, RUN.

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