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I'd recommend using Adobe draw: [link]
I'm not sure about the ability to export to png layers with clear backgrounds but you could add it to an image at least.
I haven't tested these with DeX, but generally speaking for vector graphics:
Adobe Illustrator Draw
Download adobe draw and photoshop Express if your phone doesnt have good photo editing. Those are links to the play store so if you have iphone look those up there they should be free. They are also fun to just play with sometimes.
This, this, and this are your best option on Android imo though iOS has much better variety.
P.S Stylus makes it a bit easy.
Edit:The phone app is total garbage.
TLDR:I was talking about the Desktop app that costs $21.00 a month Adobe illistator is used by professionals.As it turns out there is an app that is a lite versions for phones.The phone app is obviously going to be very dumbed down compared to the computer verison. There are alot less tools than the actual thing. The phone app is just for drawing with brush tools while AI (Adobe Illistrator) has alot of different tools.
My original comment but before i clicked reply i released that not everyone would want to read this: I was talking about the Desktop app that costs $21.00 a month.Adobe illistator is used by professionals.As it turns out there is an app that is a lite versions for phones.The phone app is obviously going to be very dumbed down compared to the computer verison. There are alot less tools than the actual thing. The phone app is just for drawing with brush tools while AI (Adobe Illistrator) has alot of different tools. I just now am learning how to use Illustrator so I don't really know alot about AI but um yeah. I would't suggest looking at cheaper alternatives if you are not doing professional work/Teaching yourself how to do it. If you are doing art commisions online and are getting money from doing so then I would recomend it. IF you are looking into buying this app I would very strongly consider investing in buying a drawing tablet because using a mouse while drawing is unusable.Adobe Illastator is mainly used for Logo Design though. With all this said I am only a sophomore in highschool who is taking a Digital design class and has spent way to much online looking into the Job field because i think i may have found something that I am actually passionate about. But there is alot of over working in the field so I may be getting myself into something that I may want to stay away from. Also the School provides adobe software for the students you don't have to buy it i just have been looking into buying so I can do it at home. The adobe only works on the computers in that computer lab so i am looking into buying AI and PS. while it is all good on the computer side of things I am not where i should be on my actaul classes and am scared that I may not be able to pass highschool, nevermind get into a college. I doubt you read this far in. It is not structered that well i just wanted to vent a bit. But hey, thats what the internet if for right?
Usually i proofread before i comment something but this is way to big to proofread
Phone app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adobe.creativeapps.draw&hl=en_US
Adobe Illustrator: https://www.adobe.com/products/illustrator.html?gclid=CjwKCAiAyeTxBRBvEiwAuM8dnfNXGPuohIb9K0EZT9wHzXaQJQo226ItRAz7JImJiqdVmus40Xl3ChoCxjMQAvD_BwE&sdid=KKQML&mv=search&ef_id=CjwKCAiAyeTxBRBvEiwAuM8dnfNXGPuohIb9K0EZT9wHzXaQJQo226ItRAz7JImJiqdVmus40Xl3ChoCxjMQAvD_BwE:G:s&s_kwcid=AL!3085!3!356518781936!e!!g!!adobe%20illustrator
Some good alternatives software if you have access to a PC or Mac (or Linux too) are Inkscape (great for vector graphics which most flags are made in) and GIMP (for raster image editing) and there's an app called Adobe Illustrator Draw for Android as well
YouTube has great resources to learn all of these as well as about flag design in general, but I'm glad to see someone else getting an interest in vexillology and especially in creating their own flags!
i was thinking along the lines of Adobe products
i have a main device running Windows/Adobe CC for work, i was hoping that the Tab S4 could be a realiable secondary device (esp if truth about impressive colour gamut holds), but not being able to drop or edit with the S-Pen with accuracy could be a big problem.