Sony Sketch - great app for cropping and marking screenshots, as well as making simple or elaborate drawings, with layers and different types of brushes and tools.
Sony sketch can do this.
Confusingly it has a button called share that saves it to your sketch account (if you set one up) but the real system share icon is at the top.
As far as I remember however, the Sony app is raster.
There is an app called Infinite Design that is vector based. The developer is always pushing out updates and if vectors aren't your thing he has another app called Infinite Painter.
Both are free to try for a month if I remember correctly and have 25% off the purchase price. I think they are the closest I've gotten to Illustrator and Photoshop. Even the actual Adobe offerings on the Play Store are crippled versions.
If anyone has any better suggestions I'd love to hear too.
I've designed some flags with Sketch (android)
You can import multiple pics, work with layers, there are rulers and other handy tools.
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So, I am on mobile, and i use the application "Sketch" to draw these.
Link for Google Play
Since i am on android, I don't know whether its on
the Appstore or not.
Long story but you can use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medibang.android.paint.tablet to make texture packs so then I found how out how to change the enchantment effect texture and started messing around with it.
Edit: To clarify about the other guys comment. The app is free, ad free and you aren't compelled in any way to sign in or use the community features of the app.
Is this the app? I want to try it out, but this doesn't seem very well rated or popular, so I'm not sure if I found the right one.
you can used Medibang Paint
Sony has an app Sketch - Draw & Paint which is free to use. It says it has ads and in app purchases but over a year ago they released an update that gave every user premium access. This app isn't exactly the same in terms of ease of use, but I think it should be possible to change opacity, mask, and draw on layers
OP specifically mentioned in their unedited post that Sketch - Draw & Paint (the Sony app) doesn't seem to include all of the features they listed. Perhaps someone who has experience with this app could confirm/deny if it addresses all of OP's points?
Actually Infinite Painter seems to support pen tilt on the Note8. I was surprised because I was told it wasn't possible. It doesn't seem to work with the default Samsung apps however.
I'm sure plenty of other people have come in to give decoration advice, so I'm not here for that. What I'm here to do is recommend FloorPlanCreator: Website & Google Play Store
It's a super handy for planning out your floorplans. I have been in Ikea before and had made a model of my room in the app beforehand that way all that I needed to do was just plug in the dimensions of whatever I was wanting to buy and boom...I could see my layout. Super handy, and while it takes a bit to learn how to use it, it is absolutely worth the time it takes.
Feel free to DM me with a y question on the app and I can do my best to answer it for you. I've been using the app for a couple of years now and I'm familiar enough with it.
"Sketch - Draw & Paint" by Sony Mobile Communications. Idk if it's available in iOS, but it's available for android.
I wanted the text to be in Comic Sans, so unfortunately I had to whip out another device to add that. (A Chromebook, funnily enough.)
I just traced the image with a new brush that came on sketch (android app). I was curious how it would look like with the difference in brush sizes.
Might try https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bytestorm.artflow or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adsk.sketchbook
I prefer artflow, but it doesn't make me any better at art... :P
The symetry mode on the app Sketch is like this but with more settings! I highly recommend it! Although, it might not be as accessible as Radial when you're trippin.
It's not even just about data privacy. It's about convenience as well, and the inconvenience of having to keep track of yet another user account for apps that you'd think would work perfectly fine without an account and the account would just be for optional personalization and syncing features.
And app descriptions do sometimes neglect to specify if a login is required or not. Adobe Photoshop Sketch mentions its cloud features but doesn't directly say that a login is required to even start using the app.
There's also the Microsoft Office apps, which are "free" to use but need an account to be able to create and edit documents, not just read them. And Microsoft Office is installed as bloatware on my phone.
Infinite Painter (for Android and iOS) is amazing. It's full featured and performs really well. I like it more than Sketchbook.
Probably Note 8.
The picture took about 14 hours to make and it was heavily inspired by this i.e. I had it open on my PC screen and trained drawing using the video.
Palm rejection is a must for a tablet. I know that Artflow has it, but it's not comaptible with all devices, so you would have to check first. I'm sure there are other apps tho!
Woah! I didn't know something like that existed already. Btw, I used the Sketch App for Android to make this. I've made quite a few other drawings like these too.
it's closest to the mac app "Procreat" (which, to me is king... not from a Mac v Android/Samsung environment. But moreso an art standpoint)
I have been experimenting with a few, including setting up GIMP for pixel art on my desktop, but I actually only had my phone available when I did this. Pretty sure I used Pixly (Android) for this one, which worked better than I expected an app on my phone to!
My wife uses hers heavily for vector art drawing in Infinite Design. She doesn't use the handwriting, but uses the app's finger/palm rejection. She's had to add a fingerless glove to her kit to supliment the rejection to allow her to keep palm on screen while drawing with the pen, as well as a sleeve to the pen to fatten it up. Otherwise its excellent value for money, great on battery life, responsive and consistent. Apps crash rarely and it just got the Nougat update.
Photos of pen mod and glove: http://imgur.com/a/F6oiG
I took that pic after googling for an art of a kerbal news presentator, used that app to draw white over the titles and then put text in a vaguely newspaper-like font instead.
It is Sony's sketch app which is dead simple to use and reasonably powerful (layers, blur, stickers, draw, ruler, google sync). The Arrow is from a sticker pack (downloaded within the app) which is called "shapes" and contains many useful basic shapes.
Here is the store link, I'm on the PC so if it doesn't work search for "sony sketch app" and will be the one with the colorful brush thumbnail.
I have never tried hexels do you recommend it? I have been using Pixly on my tablet, which is imo the best pixel art app on Android.
I was using Adobe Draw, which is cool, but recently tried out Infinite Design, which is also a vector drawing app that actually has a TONNE more features than Adobe Draw. Very cool stuff.
I use Infinite Painter and unlocked the £3 version for creating imagery, and it can theoretically be used for writing too (pen or pencils are available as brushes) but I quite like to use S note calligraphy pens on a fake lined notebook background. The two things can be combined into a bigger composite image scrapbook style.
I am blushing now :) Thank you for your kind words
Try infinite painter (Android store) and get used/second-hand Note 3 like I did (it is like 150$ now) :) the phone works really well and the app is like 5$ (also has 14 day trial iirc) and is IMO better than whatever adobe tried to do on portable devices.
Alternatively you can try and get the Note tablets that were with styluses too but I was both in need of phone and drawing thingy so I went for Note 3.
EDIT: I never was good at drawing on paper much because I do a lot of revisions when I am not hapy and in the end you have a mess of eraser rubber and scratched paper everywhere. Digital painting really caught me and it was simple - I started by redrawing concept arts from dota and slowly I get more into drawing by eye (usually having the picture on the screen of my PC) into redrawing from memory (which I am now trying with drawing my GF)
If I may interject, I have an Nvidia Shield Tablet and, except for the palm rejection, it works pretty well enough for me and seems like a great alternative if you want to use it for drawing. The default drawing app kinda sucks (I reccomend Art Flow)and it uses Nvidia's proprietary technology instead of Wacom's. It's a cheaper and more powerful tablet than Samsung's offerings and I really like it's gaming features too.
Would recommend if anybody's looking for a cheap Android tablet to draw on.
Infinite Painter and
ArtFlow are two that i see recommended often. I personally haven't used either of them, but i'd be interested if anyone has any opinions.
It has layers like Photoshop if you create a Drawing http://i.imgur.com/N8xzEpj.jpg
You can add your image to the drawing.
Found this app too https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medibang.android.paint.tablet
Yes, it's not a new idea by any means, just a refinement of the current apps.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.planmieszkania.android Is the best of the bunch that I settle with, but has a few problems that really screw the process up.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sensopia.stanleyfloorplan Fixes those problems but adds enough of it's own that it's actually a worse option.
Bosch and Leica have versions that are just all around useless.
I'm working on a detailed explanation like the other poster suggested, but I'm already up to 2 pages and need screenshots and video to really explain myself still.
No, the laser and app don't come together, though most of those companies put out those apps because they also sell lasers. But as far as I've found, all lasers work with all apps.
I switch between Sketchbook and Artflow.
Just as a heads-up though, the Tab S doesn't have pressure sensitivity settings like the Note series does.
My favorite app is Infinite Painter. It is a little buggy but the dev is really active and pushing updates once or twice a week.
has really great features and looks good.
Infinite Design is my favorite drawing app
I mean like there are apps made for floor planning tho like this or this
Artflow is my personal favorite for drawing/painting. I really like the brush editing tools and the ability to export as .PSD.
I use it in conjunction with Krita, a super powerful Photoshop replacement. I can't recommend it enough, just takes some time to setup the UI to your liking. There are some tools that are named differently/hidden in the menus, but I've found everything I've needed by googling.
For PC: Don't get carried away by fancy tech, all tablets work great, the Deco mini 7 and Deco mini 7W (BT version) you won't probably need more than 7k pressure levels or 5k lpi. Do research to find whatever suits your needs and if you have any doubt just ask around here, hope I helped at least a bit.
I just use sketching apps for editing. Kinda like diy photoshop... it's very simple.Face app has good features too. You can change your nose and lips size etc.
I like this one just a simple sketching app.
I personally like using Medibang, as I can use it both on my desktop and mobile devices.
It gives you many of the perks of desktop software (layers, brushes, multiple canvas sizes, mirroring, etc) while still being free.
It has some added layouts for comics if you need those as well.
You could try an animation app like FlipaClip perhaps?
Here is a short tutorial
There is sure to be better tutorials out there but I thought the above just gave a quick guide.
I really like Floor Plan Creator on Android. Might not be what you're after for a kitchen because you can't change textures (just colours), but very intuitive and easy to use. Perfect for mucking about with over a coffee, and not having to fire up the laptop to load sketchup.
If for mobile? I usually used this medibang in my phone, I try to search other app but hard to find that can used to coloured..
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vblast.flipaclip&hl=sk&gl=SK neni to reklama len keby niekto chcel niež niečo animovať
This application can do a lot for the free and the developer is very active. It is worth the money for the full unlock but like I said. The free can be enough.
It is a little more than just a drawing application.
- FlipaClip: Cartoon Animation Creator & Art Studio - Apps on Google Play - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vblast.flipaclip
For a pure drawing application use the open source application that is also on multiple platforms so when they use other devices to draw they have a comfortable environment to work in.
This application does have some limitations.
It does need a decent size screen / resolution as it is a desktop style environment.
- Krita - Apps on Google Play - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.krita
Both of these I have for my kids. FlipaClip is a lot more versatile and fun to use as a family. You can literally make a video with your child or whatever and draw stuff over the video and make cool videos.
Well i edited on PC, most of my monke posts are on PC since i feel more comfortable as it is the easiest and installed program, i very rarely edit on Smartphone unless it's super easy.
You can also useMedibang it is easy to use, but lacks some more desired functions.
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if you've already heard of procreate, infinite painter is the closest one to it and is the most feature rich drawing app on android imo
I've been using Floor Plan Creator. It has a cloud service that syncs across devices, and a web-based app for desktop use. IIRC, somewhere in the app description or on their web site it indicates that sync requires a subscription. But I've got the paid version (one-time payment) and sync seems to work fine without a subscription. I'm using it on one mobile device and a desktop; maybe the subscription is required for more devices.
The app takes some time to get used to, so I recommend trying the unpaid version for a bit first.
yeah i laughed at that as well.
Its infinite painter
Its a good tool, but my daughter has issues with is crashing a lot on her S7 tablet.
App Used: Flip a Clip
Audio Used: Holy Fish Paste
Does any one know how to contact the moderators, we need an animation tag.
I've used Sketchable on my wife's Surface Pro 4 and I liked it a lot, but on Android, I prefer Infinite Painter right now. I've also used Autodesk Sketchbook, Artflow, and Adobe Sketch, but not nearly as much as Infinite Painter.
A creative, but not a cheap solution is to get a tablet with stylus support, take a picture of the assignment sheet, add the photo a drawing app line correction such as https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medibang.android.paint.tablet
Which would add a small to the writing, but will smoothe out the input, which actually for more carefree writing (letters are more legible in the end)
Or to upload the photo to an app like One Note and just text boxes where ever needed (might be slow at first, but will allow typing instead of writing even on printed govermental forms
(I picked on a few tricks overtime, to make my horrendous handwriting a lesser problem in my life)
The question I get the most is - "What is the size of your shoes?" Kidding, kidding.. Here it is:
Question: "What are the apps and devices you are using?"
Answer: I use FlipaClip on iPad a lot. I started with the Animation Desk application on iPad then switched to FlipaClip. Right now I start drawing my drafts on the iPad then I take them to PC and make final with OpenToonz or Blender. I polish remove not needed parts in Photoshop and finalize my videos in Premiere adding effects, audio, and watermarks.
I am in the planning stages with my skoolie as well. Might I offer this tool? It's not perfect, but it's been really helpful. My link is to a cracked version of the app, you can use the free version from the Google Play Store if you like, but it cannot export without a $3.99/$6.99 subscription.
Pixel editing: Painter https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.brakefield.painter
Use extensively as my photoshop.
The same company has another one but didnt use it for vector work.
Still in relation to vector and UX UI u could use Figma on the browser.
Alternatively you could install Linux and Gimp / Inkscape with it.
Is medibang own android app not suitable?
I never heard of wine for android or equivalent and doubt there is.
Best is to look for equivalent android apps each time.
try The MediBang Paint, it has way less ads, doesn't lock out features behind the premium, has more features, has cloud synchronization with PC version, and has build in Social media (The ARTstreet ) platform for publishing and viewing artwork
I used my phone. It's was a combination of these two apps:
I use sketch to edit pictures, but it seems like it doesn't exist in the Play store anymore.
Then I use
addtext. I think you probably could manage with just this app :)
it's a problem to seriously consider. I use this program to play around with layouts and the 3d mode helps so much with visualizing it.
give it a try, it's really fun and helps nail out ideas
You could try this for Android and this for iOS and iPadOS.
Puedes hacer animaciones, no digo que empiezes como dreamau o theodd1sout si no que empiezes usando flipaclip y mostrando tus animaciones en youtube luego puedes empezar haciendo animaciones tipo dreamau que sus diseños son un poco artisticos y no es técnicamente animación pero si tienes algo de experiencia y se te hacen faciles las animaciones puedes empezar como dreamau esas son mis recomendaciones, si tomas e la decisión de crearte un canal de animaciones aquí te dejo la app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vblast.flipaclip si haces el canal avisame que me suscribo xD
I've been using Floor Plan Creator recently and really like it. It supports s-pen, and has a web interface too. It's not going to fill the need for network diagrams, but for that I'll give a +1 for diagrams.net.
Muhtesem bir toplulugu vardi. Cizimlerimizi instagram gibi bu uygulama uzerinden bu uygulamayi kullananlara paylasabiliyor. Yorum atabiliyor hatta birbirimizin resimlerine yardimci olabiliyorduk.
Sony sebebini bilmedigim bir sebepten oturu uygulamadan destegini cekti.
Applein Procreate ine rakip olacak bir suru ozelligi vardi. Su an ne guncelleme aliyor ne cloud hizmeti sunuyor. Ama halen cogu uygulamadan daha iyi ve optimize.
Pixel studio cebimi (lg g2) ates topuna cevirip sarjimi sular seller gibi tuketirken. Sony draw ne sarj yiyor ne isinma takilma yapiyor.
Use flip a clip then! People are doing insane stuff with it:
Dont make false claims. Infinite Painter does support layers better than other products.
Price is relative, for the cost of a cappuccino for me it was well worth supporting the ppl behind Infinite Painter.
OP didn't ask for a FREE app, just the best app. S/he can try it for free and make a decision.
Im a UX UI Desinger, I design software and spent a good chunk of my day on drawing apps. In the past I was a heavy user of photoshop and as such I'm very familiar with drawing app features. I've tested BOTH personally and I believe Infinite Painter has the edge. PS. Personal opinion is always subjective soo... (This is to say my opinion is well worth as it's in my field of knowledge: If you are lost as see, who do you ask help to? An internet sailor that has read about boats or a person that actually drive boats for a living? )
It supports our Note 9 Pen pressure and tilt. So with the pen if pressing harder or if holding the pen at an angle will emulate like drawing with a pencil pressing harded or pencil at an angle.
Sketchbook isnt a bad app at all, just inferior. If you want FREE go for Sketch. If you want BEST as in objectively better features get and PAY Infinite Painter.
u/8183313899843 it also depends if you want to draw as in pixel like pencil and paper and brushes or if you want to use vector drawings. If you don't know what's the latter then go for pixel drawing apps. If you know what's vector drawing like Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape then you could try https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.brakefield.idfree however I don't have too much experience with the vector one.
Check this out, not me: https://youtu.be/SUhZUiYcuWc
Years ago I've tested many apps for drawing, including SketchBook. I found Infinite Painter way above Sketch league, it has many many many feature,watch a video to get a feel of the available features.
Depending on what OS you have on your laptop you could try out DeX. It's called DeX on Windows, u need to install this app from Samsung on ur windows laptop. Once done, plug your phones to your pc and wait for DeX to start. You control DeX via mouse and keyboard of your laptop. Performance is low when connected this way, however it might give you a preview of what DeX can do.
I don't know too much about Microsoft products however for Image editing and video editing there are some apps, but depends what u need to do. There's no clear king among the apps I've tried and as a digital designer (i wanted photoshpp capabilities) I settled on Infinite Painter ( it's supported on DeX and has many features: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.brakefield.painter).
For video editing Adobe Rush does an ok job however it's missing some features that I found on KineMaster (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nexstreaming.app.kinemasterfree) including zooming on the timeline (it's tricky).
Lastly, as suggested, theres linux. Andronix app is the goto for me, it's paid for the modded version of the OS (which I recommend) but it's very cheap and it saves A LOT of trouble to setup your linux on DeX. There yout could install GIMP, some linux video editor and what not but it might be clumsy sharing files between Dex and Linux. (And I wouldn't trust it for work)
PS. Windows 10 on Dex it's a NONO, It might run but it's not usable. What I could recommend is Shadow PC, it's a streaming service that give u access to a windows 10 machine. It works really well for gaming (provided you have a decent connection) so it should work real smooth for office apps and the likes.
Here is another quick little animation i made, this time about FRELJORD! Hope you like it!
The first one i made:
Because people were asking: I use FlipaClip to create these:
P.S.: the next one is halfway done.
I use a drawing app called Sketch, and I absolutely love it! I use it for lots of things, from just drawing to drawing mandalas.
Some years ago, Ghibli released a version of their animation software. I'm still parsing my way through it because it is professional grade software for animators. If suggest sticking with Krita for now with your PC, and maybe FlipAClip for your phone.
I use this one everytime I need to do editing. Very simple, but if you search a bit you'll find a lot of tools (including edge detection).
Like others have said - Inkscape. I've used it as a laser cutter for years on mac, windows, and linux machines (including the i7 Pixelbook I am using right now.)
But there is also Infinite Painter IS a vector editor, and supports the pen with no lag. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.brakefield.painter&hl=en_US
That being said, you can get more bang for your buck with AMD based PC without the apple tax or Chrome OS limitations.
I use Sketch which is the best layer/image importing app I've been able to find.
here ya go bud
Sony's sketch app (free) is also great for this. Android and iPhone links below. There's tons of functionality, including the ability to use layers when editing and tons of free downloadable sticker packs (these range from weather effects and world tourist attractions to word bubbles and Halloween masks).
I've tried a few and this one worked the best so far. I looked up that image editor, is it the one with the paint-like icon? Might try it out too
I used ArtFlow on a note8. Not sure if ArtFlow is the best app but it let's me erase with the stylus button which I find very useful. I don't think I've found another app that can do that.
I have these two. Both have layers, but you'd need to check for transparent backgrounds, & see if the free version of the Sony app is adequate. Sony Sketch: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonymobile.sketch&hl=en. Autodesk Sketchbook: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adsk.sketchbook&hl=en.
r/Freeusebootlegs for all memes that can be used to bootleg from.
Should you want anything else I've posted as a blank template for your own memes, just ask.
Edit: I recommend this app too. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonymobile.sketch
I made the template on /r/MemeEconomy! I'm on Android so I used Sony's Sketch app! Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonymobile.sketch
All you have to do is create the text and then rotate it with two fingers!
No clue if it is available for the Kindle fire but I draw using Sony's Sketch (Skizze in German) on my phone. It works really well and it's free.
Gotcha. I've been using a mix of some apps but I seem to use Medibang Paint the most. I like it though I wish it had layer rotation the way SketchBook does.
I like using a drawing app (like Sketch or Markers) for this. Open up a blank drawing, set the background, and go fullscreen. Now you have (what should be) a nice uniform color across the entire screen.
Sketch - Draw & Paint; Android link
I also enjoy using it for doodling and making collages with their stickers. Literally every part of that collage was made with their free stickers, including the starry sky.
I really like Sketch. It's a nice, light, and free photo editor, with enough features but without too much bulk. It's nice for little things.
> Now, I know getting a cheap android tablet and a capacitive stylus won't be as good as having a Cintiq. But I don't intend to make full fledged pieces on the go, just have something to sketch in, maybe do some simpler/smaller pieces.
Honestly, drawing with a normal passive capacitive stylus is just nonesense, unless you plan on just coloring sketches. The precision just isn't there and of course you get no real pressure sensitivity or palm detection.
So like the other posters, I can only recommend going with the Galaxy Tab S3, which includes the S-Pen, using Wacom tech just like the Cintiq. In many ways its even an upgrade over the Cintiq Companion on paper, with a way brighter screen and a pen with 4096 levels of pressure (although no angle detection; not sure if the Companion supports that). Of course you can't use full desktop Photoshop on an Android tablet, but ArtFlow (PlayStore page shows older version with older UI in the video) for example is good enough for most things and exports PSD files if further processing is needed.
Alternatively, the Android version of the Lenovo Yoga Book is a bit cheaper and also uses a Wacom pen (although not for drawing directly onto the screen); same with the Windows version. It might be a bit cheaper but I would still prefer the S3 for its OLED screen and better hardware overall.
Other alternatives are the iPad Pro or the MS Surface series which have active pens of similar quality but neither are cheaper than the S3.
Nearly forgot, if you really on a strict budget there are some older Samsung tablets that also use the Wacom tech S-Pen, like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
On Android, I've been using Medibang to draw. Though it requires an account, you can work offline once you've signed in, and there are quite a few brushes you can use to draw whatever you need.
Does well enough on my phone, even.
Sony's Sketch app is OK. Has more features than you'd need though.
You can scribble on pictures in Google Keep if you have that installed already. Not sure if you can share the edited picture though.
Thank you!! :) I think it was Sketch, but it was a while ago and I don't remember, sorry! They're all pretty similar though I think!
Sketch, android drawing program, it's very good for what i need.
I'm not a guy that makes everything in details. I just work out my ideas so that they are clear enough.
I was kidding, that link just takes you to the general Visio info/sales page. I just googled "tablet floor plan app" and found this.
seems great, il probably use it. the phone one allows u to fill colour over the paper even if it has lines in it which is a pretty good feature. i recommend u try it, it works great with a tablet but sadly all i have is the 5 inch phone. anw give it a try https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonymobile.sketch&hl=en its really good
My favorites are
Infinite Painter which is very powerful
I like Infinite Painter much more but some things are more a matter of personal preference. In my opinion it has the best brushes and tools, but especially the smudge tool is much better there. The dev is working on it since years and seems to be very passionate about it.
Pretty partial to Pixly. The dev of Pixly has come here and on other subreddits asking pixel artists for what they desire in an app and has been very responsive.
I used Floor Plan Creator to make a floor plan of my home, and you can place objects inside the walls as well. You won't find anything to place that is specifically AV equipment related, but it has generic rectangle shape things you can place with and modify dimensions. It works pretty well, takes a bit of getting used to, and sometimes the object snapping feature can get annoying (you can toggle it).