The 10 Best Phone Rings
This wiki has been updated 18 times since it was first published in March of 2018. If you're looking for a simple and inexpensive way to protect your smart device, consider purchasing a phone ring. These nifty little attachments make it easier to maintain a secure grip and reduce the risk of accidental drops. Some of them also double as stands for hands-free viewing and, with plenty of designs to choose from, you're bound to find a perfect match for your style. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
January 25, 2021:
Other than in regards to fashion, there isn't a lot of advances in the functionality of phone rings from year to year. Because, of that, we still stand by many of our previous recommendations, however, there are a few noteworthy changes that were made. The Spigen Style is a new addition, which we like both for its high-quality build and D-shaped ring that make it very stable when used as a kickstand. The addition of a sticky dash mount is just an added bonus. The Fitfort 360° and Aduro 3-in-1 are both making their debut this year, with the former boasting wireless charging compatibility, and the latter doubling as an air vent mount for in-car use.
October 11, 2019:
When it comes to choosing a phone ring, there are a few features you'll want to consider. If you like to be able to watch videos hands-free, a ring that can also function as a stand is the way to go. Many of these products serve the sole purpose of allowing users to grip their phones more securely, though some have additional useful features. The Digit Whale Flip, for instance, has a built-in mirror, and the Ebulous Anti-Anxiety has a fidget spinner-inspired mechanism if you're the type who needs to keep their hands busy. Most users will probably value style over all else, and there are plenty of designs on the market to suit a wide range of tastes.
In terms of updates, the Jenaty Holder and Torras Magnetic have both been removed due to confirmed quality complaints from users. The Tecboss Universal was also axed and replaced with the Homedge Skull, an option with a similarly edgy design.