I have been comparing both the LearnPad and iPad as options for tablets in the classroom. Typically I showcase an app/resource and how it functions on both devices. After comparing, I give my two cents on which one I prefer. For this post, I will only be talking about the iPad and an option for going paperless in the classroom. Check out the video below for an explanation.
Check out the LearnPad's options for a paperless classroom here.
One of the nice features about this app is the amount of options you have for syncing with cloud storage. This should be able to accommodate the variety of cloud storage services that schools use. Below is a screen shot of some of the options for cloud storage.
Students will need to make sure that they open up "assignments" from the documents folder within the app. If they use the network tab, it will create duplicate copies of files which eats up cloud storage space.