I;m looking for some constructive comments/criticisms on the design.
1. I'm would imagine that having the elements being transparent over each other would make legibility a big issue on both the elements. What about a fly-out menu, have you considered something like that? Check these examples from the following apps:
Path: http://codepen.io/sparanoid/pen/nHAmi (example/clone made in HTML/CSS/JS)
This way you could display all options in a way the user could quickly add information with a single hand, without covering more screen state than the small menu icon. It might need some thinking on how to integrate those toggles (Wide | No Ball), but it's something you could explore. Just make sure to consider the size of each button and the space between them, to keep them within the recommended values.
2. On that case you really need to ensure that their visual style is completely distinct from what you used for buttons, or it will be very confusing, with users trying to tap those to see what happens, and becoming frustrated for the lack of response.
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