You could have a go at Android Auto and get a full blown headunit in your car for that Android experience, but what about if your car isn’t supported, or the headunits are just too much money? Well then a tablet is a good alternative to run a car dashboard app, but of course you’ll need a tablet. Here is the AnyGrip Universal Tablet car holder that should do just that.
The AnyGrip holder is extremely strong, as you can see from the pictures. It has 3 pivot points that are tightened and loosened using screws with big handles on to make it extremely easy to adjust.
The suction cup is very solid – so much so that be sure to place it where you want it from the start as it’s extremely hard to remove once it’s secured onto a surface. A combination of air suction and sticky adhesive means the AnyGrip is not falling off anywhere.
With the pivot points on the AnyGrip, it means that the holder can reach extremely far and has a reach of around 40cm when fully extended. Alternatively, you can contract it like I have in the pictures for a shorter reach.
I found I had to rest it on a surface since when suspended in the air it would bounce around quite a lot and would shake with a device in to a point where the screen was very hard to read. However, resting on a surface is perfect and gives an extremely solid and stable stand.
As for the holder itself, the AnyGrip has an adjustable spring-loaded clamp that secures a variety of different tablet sizes. In fact, it’ll provide a full 360-degree viewing experience for tablets up to 11-inches.
The AnyGrip is certainly by far the best in-car holder I have found for tablets, and is the most flexible with it’s extending arm. It is secure, holds the device in place, and find that it is perfect for securing your tablet anywhere in your car. Available from MobileFun, you can grab the AnyGrip for only £19.99.