So when my district finally settled on a tablet brand, many thought we went with Samsung, just because of my feelings for Apple. Yes, that definitely played a role, but conveniently, we struggled to get the iPads to consistently connect to our enterprise wireless network. So ta-da…Samsung Galaxy Tabs for all. That pleased me, and it worked out for us, but I continued to have a nagging ‘maybe we should look at Apple’ in the back of my head. That changed. My wife brought home her iPad issued to her from her school. She works in a different school system. She wanted to record some audio, then email it to someone. No problem, right? Unfortunately the free version of the app did not let you email past a size. Again, no problem. We’ll just go into the file system…um…how do you get to the file system? Ok, so not on the device, but when I plug it in…um…no problem, I’ll check online…um… So seriously, Apple? You cannot trust your users enough to get into the file system? Wow. Major epic fail. I go into the file system of Android all the time to back up photos, place documents, etc, etc. Yes, I know you can go through iTunes, but I do not want that hassle. Just give me access to the file system. Look at all these great apps for Android like Wifi Explorer, AirDroid, that let you do it over a webpage. Well, those guilty feelings of mine are gone. I confidently know Android is the right direction for us now.