In the media and entertainment industries, there are still plenty of people who think the tablet market is the iPad market: dominated by Apple’s iPad and iPad mini slates. Yet according to IDC, 56.5% of tablets that shipped in the first quarter of this year were running Android, ahead of iPad’s 39.6% share. No wonder, then, that there’s a flurry of new Android tablets going on sale soon, many of them announced this week as part of the Computex consumer electronics show. Example one: Samsung has two new Galaxy Tab 3 tablets on the way, one with an eight-inch screen and one with a 10.1-inch screen. Example two: Toshiba, which unveiled three new Android tablets in its Excite range, sporting 10.1-inch screens and Harman Kardon speakers. Example three: Mozilla, which is working with Chinese firm Foxconn on a new tablet running its Firefox OS software. Like the Firefox OS smartphones announced earlier this year, it’ll have a focus on web apps and the browser. In truth, these and other Android tablets tend to blur into one another: nice screens, powerful processors, up-to-date Android software, generally not that much cheaper than iPads. But the wider trend is of a wave of Android tablets hitting the shelves, which means any digital music service with a serious tablet strategy should be looking beyond iPad in 2013.