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What is the best stylus for drawing on a Galaxy S6?

Hello everyone! So I recently got a Galaxy S6 and it is my first smartphone so I'm very new to this. I am a painter and one of the things I want to do is make nice sketches for paintings on the go, I found some nice apps for this but what I need now is a good stylus. Accuracy and smoothness are very important, and pressure sensitivity would be a nice bonus. I've read that S pen is the best but it only works on a galaxy note so what is the closest I can get to for a S6? I found a nice but pricey bluetooth one called Jot Touch with pressure sensitivity is that works just for iOS, without which the price is unjustified I think.

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For me, I've used over a dozen brands

And can't tell the difference from my 2 dollar stylus to my 20 dollar premium model. At the office we bought them in a bulk 12 pack as takeaways for our clients.

Any how if you fall for the hype, you may pay more.

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Pressure

Have you used them for art or just other purposes? Also, are there even any options available that offer pressure sensitivity?

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One man's art is ???

Just sketching and annotating. Pressure sensitive seems too costly for me to tinker with. Also, a quick look around didn't find such a thing. Maybe you bought the wrong tablet?

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Photo Editor is the option

You can go with the Photo Editor from Google Play Store.

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