The film fits well and was easy enough to install. Film also has a nice thickness to it for protecting the screen. Having said that, I don’t like it. The film puts off some weird lines on the screen which are aesthetically horrendous and give you a headache staring at. I added a photo for reference.
The privacy screen from Purism made everything slightly darker, with colors less vibrant. Kind of like looking through sunglasses. I got used to it after a while. I would recommend the Purism screen to this.
I’m actually using an iPhone 11/XR screen protector on mine. Its corning glass. The only con is it doesn’t cover the lower 1/64th of it. I’ve cracked the screen protector just a bit. But it does alright. I bet the same could be done with a privacy screen.
That doesn’t look too bad. I’m not committed to needing a privacy screen. Protecting the screen is more important. I did see that Celicious sells non-privacy screens for Evergreen too. Different coating might not have that same weird effect on the screen
I decided to give Celicious a 2nd try, buying both the anti-shock shatterproof screen and the Glossy HD screen. I didn’t realize it at the time, but the Anti-shock screen did not specify being compatible with Evergreen (my fault), so the screen is too small.
The HD screen is Evergreen compatible and works very well. It’s a bit on the thin side, but better than nothing. I see no distortion or color changes compared to it having a screen protector applied. If your looking for a screen protector and don’t care for privacy screens, this is the way to go. If you want the privacy screen, I still recommend the purism brand over Celicious.