How to make Android visualize screen touches (for when you're taking screen video)
Recording your screen may sound like a niche feature. And it really is. Most Android users will never need or even think of this. But judging by the popularity of our guide on Android screen recording, it's fair to say that quite a few people are nevertheless interested for one reason or another. It's likely that capturing gaming footage and crafting guides using on-screen image are probably the two leading reasons people even bother. And in both these cases, you may want to have touchscreen taps to visualize on screen for better clarity — otherwise touches are invisible to viewers, and so following the action is harder.
No matter the brand, your Android phone will have this feature available to it. You just need to know where to look. Here's how it's done on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, but it's identical on other Android devices, too: