WITH budget airlines scrapping in-flight entertainment screens, keeping yourself entertained during a long flight can be difficult.

However, if you fancy watching a film on your device without having to hold it the whole time, there is a bargain device that has been hailed a "game-changer".

The Tisoutec multi-angle adjustable phone kickstand allows you to rest your phone perfectly on its side, allowing you to sit comfortably and entertain yourself.

The adjustable kickstand simply sticks to the back of your phone, leaving you to adjust the angle at which you want the screen, allowing you to put it down in front of you while you watch TV.

Having the option to adjust the kickstand means you can also use it for taking timed photos too.

Additionally, the kickstand can work with your phone vertically, meaning you can video call friends and relatives and not have to hold your phone while you do it.

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The kickstand also comes with a finger lanyard, giving you better one-handed control of your handset too.

The gadget is available for just £8.99 on Amazon, where 74 per cent of customers have reviewed it at either four or five stars.

One person who gave it five stars said: "Very quick and easy to install.

"Wonderful for me to use to be able to grip my phone easily.

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"It is great because you can use it both vertically and horizontally, or whilst face timing. Good tool."

Another explained that it is robust and works well – they wrote: "Stand works brilliantly. Would defo recommend.

"It holds the phone steady in portrait mode – if you give the phone a slight knock, it doesn't topple over.

"Also holds pretty well and doesn't collapse at all at literally any angle in landscape mode."

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