Touchscreens seem to be on the face of most devices we use nowadays. Few of us have qualms with this, but having long nails or meaty fingers can make things difficult. These people have to tap awkwardly, usually having to cover up what they’re trying to access on the screen. While a stylus may help with this, you don’t necessarily want to pull out what looks like a writing utensil every time you want to doodle on your phone.
Tech Tips were developed by a dermatologist who wanted better accuracy with her phone. They are made to work with your hand rather than be a separate tool. These are worn on the tip of the finger, and have just enough surface space to register as a “touch”. You can wear these over gloves, and would be easy-access if kept in your pocket. This will work with pretty much anything that has a touchscreen, so no worries about it being a one-trick pony. Look out for these in May at a “low cost”, whatever that may end up being.