Why are smart phones so touchy?
I hate using my smart phone to answer emails, it is so touchy, just by scrolling down the screen I end up clicking links, how do you make the screens less touchy?
What kind of phone are you using? Many people, myself included, have a hard time with small touchscreens. When it comes to iPhones I simply cannot get the accuracy that I need because of the small touchscreen area. If you don't want to go with something bigger you can always invest in a capacitive stylus. It is one more thing to carry and possibly lose but the women that I know with long nails find them helpful.
Thank you, I will have to check that out, I have an Idream android phone. I have sent so many emails I didn't want to send, or sent the wrong email to the wrong person on my touch screen phone. I think I will stick to answering emails on my laptop.
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