These stylish and protective cases are actually worth buying.
When your life is busy and fast-paced, you rely on your phone to keep up - but even though you might bring your smartphone everywhere, it's not always up for the adventure, which is why a durable phone case is an essential phone accessory. Without one, your glass screen is at risk of breaking or shattering each time you accidentally drop it. But still, they do more than protect your phone - protective cases can also act as a fashion statement, and some cases double as a wallet to keep your credit cards handy.
To find the best phone cases on the market, the Good Housekeeping Institute's Media and Tech lab tested over 50 different phone cases and had over 100 consumer testers try them out for a few days. From there, we selected the top-rated phone cases (including ones from popular brands like Otterbox and ones with cool features like battery charging), plus a few best-sellers and editor favorites.
When shopping for a new phone case, be sure to keep in mind how often you drop your phone. Some phone cases are super tough with built-in screen protectors, while others are made primarily for a cute Instagram picture. If you have a newer iPhone and prefer wireless charging, then make sure that your case is compatible. (All of the phone cases below are wireless-charging compatible unless otherwise noted.) Some of the phone cases on our list also come with other useful features, including waterproof cases and and dual-layer screen protection.
These are the best phone cases to buy in 2019:
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