Recently I received a SonarPen to use on my iPad. Supposedly the SonarPen provides palm rejection and pressure sensitivity when drawing, for devices that aren't compatible with the Apple Pencil, however in FlipaClip, this does not happen. Let me explain.
After connecting the SonarPen and choosing "stylus" for the draw input option. When I try do draw with the SonarPen, nothing happens, as if the screen is not detecting that the SonarPen is touching it. However, If I choose the "touch" or "stylus and touch" options, I can use the SonarPen, but I don't get the palm rejection or pressure sensitivity, as if it is just detecting the disk tip as a finger. With that said, if I start to draw with the SonarPen, and then lay my palm on the screen after, it works mostly fine.
I am confident that this is not an issue with the SonarPen itself, as I have tested it in IbisPaint, and it worked wonderfully.
I am kind of disappointed that the only reasons I bought the SonarPen (palm rejection and pressure sensitivity) don't work, and now I feel like I'm just using a glorified stylus.
Additional info: I am using a 5th gen iPad running iOS 13.5.1, and the latest version of FlipaClip.