How do I get this texture to appear where I tapped/clicked?

I have an app and I want a texture(tappedCircle) to appear where my finger/mouse was when I tapped/clicked when gravity is false. Gravity becomes false when clicking/tapping.

So this works. It only appears when clicked/tapped, but my question is how to get it where the tap/click occurs. I assume since it’s right on the screen (As it’s OnGUI), there must be some form of coordinates that can be received from the tap/click, right?

	void OnGUI()
	{
		if(gravity == false)
		{
			GUI.DrawTexture(new Rect(0,0, Screen.width * .085f, Screen.height * .15f), tappedCircle);
		}
        }

Look at the documentation for Input:

The first example shows how you can record the position of the touch. Store that and use the result in your GUI code.

Instead of 0,0, use “Input.mousePosition.x, Input.mousePosition.y.” If your game/app doesn’t use multi-touch, mouse click code will work just fine for touch controls as far as I know.

Those coordinates will need some tweaking, but this will probably suffice.