Problems with glare

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    We took a short auto trip and I asked my wife to test Netflix in the car. It worked great but she had a difficult time finding a way of looking at the Ipad with out glare. This morning was a cloudy day in the NE with no sunshine. I had hoped that my wife would be able to watch movies on longer car trips, but this doesn't appear to be practicable at the moment. Has anybody found a solution for this? Thanks
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    Tinted windows?
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    A lot of companies are selling anti-glare and glare reducing screen protectors for the iPad. Check Amazon.com or your favorite online retailer.
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    NuShield. But no home button hole so I cut one out.
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    I took mine to a baseball game today. It was completely unusable.
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    Thank you for the responses. I am going to try the NuShield.

    Ray
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    I used iscorepad once, and I could barely read the screen outdoors. Not happy about that
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    You have to crank the brightness. It will cut your battery life down but you will be able to see just fine...this thing gets really bright!
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    Glare is a problem, but framed 'photos' always looked better w/ reflective glass, it shows more detail, i guess.

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