I know the iPad is superior but I'm an Android guy, period. I currently have a Nexus 7", but it's a few years old and I want a larger screen. I've pretty much decided on the Google Pixel C 10". Goal is to have tools for practicing at home, and displaying charts at gigs. Question 1: apps. What I really need is a set list kind of app where I can copy in and improve the simplified charts I've written by hand on paper, as well as create new ones, and of course organize them. My brother recommended 4score, but that seems to be Apple only. I found another thread here that recommended Mobilesheets Pro. Is that the app to get or are there other options? Followup: I already have iReal Pro for Android (haven't used it much but plan to). I have a tuner app, and a metronome app. What other apps should I consider? Question 2: clip/stand/mount. Many seem to be for specific tablets (mostly Apple of course). What are some good universal solutions that would hold a 10" tablet with protective case? Question 3: Ummm... not sure I have any more, so... what else should I consider? I'm concerned about theft but hoping the mount will help there. Anything else? I'll edit this post as necessary. Thanks in advance. . . . Background for anyone curious: I'm a fairly busy weekend warrior (4 gigging bands plus sub gigs). For the past couple of decades I've mostly played cover tunes: classic rock/pop/R&B/country/blues etc. I have no problem learning these songs by ear, usually quickly, often without touching an instrument. However my weak point has always been jazz: I occasionally listen (especially avant garde stuff from Coltrane to Laswell) but I've never really done prog/fusion, don't think I've ever played a Jaco lick. Fanciest stuff I've ever covered is Rush and Tower of Power tunes. The only real jazz I'm ever called on to play is an occasional "dinner set" of standards at tux gigs with my big R&B band -- and even then, the set usually includes pop tunes like Moondance and Mercy Mercy Mercy. I don't read music, and kinda suck at reading charts. For short notice sub gigs I use a spiral notebook with handwritten faux charts: my own shorthand based on the Nashville Number System but simpler. I've finally decided to get off my ass and become fluent at reading actual charts. I'd like to use 21st century technology to assist. I know basic theory but do realize that it's probably good idea to have some jazz skills to go along with reading jazz charts. To that end, I've resumed taking music lessons (after a 30-year hiatus).