When faced with a tiny electronic device, those of us with meaty fingers cringe just a little bit. The idea of trying to fudge your way through sending a text message to anyone from a teeny keyboard is nightmarish at best. We can’t help it if we were built with a hand full of thumbs, and thankfully, the people who created iDigitip know this all too well.
This little finger extension is a plastic ring, of sorts, that is placed over the pad of whatever finger you may choose. It has a little foam nub that will help you hunt down those little keys and tiny buttons, even on touchscreens. For $20, and getting two in a pack, this is an easy way to become the speed demon of message sending. Even if your problem doesn’t lie in robust phalanges, these would be great in sterile environments where you must wear latex gloves in certain areas, or in the winter for touchscreen phones, as you wouldn’t have to take off your glove and face frostbite for every text or email. Just keep in mind that this is one size fits most, so you may have to Jerry-rig it if it doesn’t fit quite right.