Finger prints and smudges on iPhone and iPad screens can cause some users to reach for a tool like the Capdase’s touch stylus called Finga.
Taking the place of your actual finger, this product gives you scrolling, selecting, drawing and composing tool similar to those found on devices like the Galaxy Note and countless tablets as far back as 2002. While this product is somewhat redundant as a simple selecting tool (outside of eliminating pesky finger prints) it is well suited for the handwriting or illustration applications on iPhones and iPads. This tool also could have positive effects on touch-gaming applications.
The Touch Stylus-Finga is designed with ergonomics in mind, featuring a triangular handle. It also doubles as a SIM ejection tool and can be carried on your key holder. It retails for $23.95 and is a great tool for artists using their phone or iPad as a workstation.
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