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Global Brands Choose Chaotic Moon for Mobile Strategy

25 Oct 2011

Mobile App Studio Triples Revenue Growth in Q3

AUSTIN, TX – (October 25, 2011) – Chaotic Moon Studios, the world’s most proven mobile application studio, announced today a record Q3 including the acquisition of multiple new clients such as 1-800 Contacts, Atari, Betty Crocker and Pizza Hut. During the recent quarter the Studio also worked with Rev Worldwide to develop the IRev Coin application for Android, built the CBS Sports application for iPad and recently launched Pangaea Software’s award winning 3D puzzle game, Enigmo, for the Android platform.

Chaotic Moon Studios is the team behind multiple groundbreaking mobile brands such News Corps’s The Daily, The Discovery Channel, Nvidia and TNT. The studio provides everything from initial brainstorming and strategy, to custom development and publishing, to managing a company’s entire mobile presence in any application marketplace.

“Our intention since day one was to create a brand that becomes synonymous with innovation in the mobile space,” said Ben Lamm, CEO of Chaotic Moon Studios. “You can’t argue with results so we let our work speak for itself. We’re eager to showcase the amazing outcomes we expect to see from our collaboration with the new partners that have signed up with Chaotic Moon.”

With multiple new releases on the horizon and top secret innovative projects currently being developed in the Chaotic Moon Labs, the Company does not expect the rapid pace of growth to let up any time soon.

“It is a busy yet exciting time for the Chaotic team and our clients,” continued Lamm. “We’re always looking out for the best of the best in talent, as we only expect this momentum to continue to trend upward… fast.”

About Chaotic Moon Studios:
Chaotic Moon Studios is comprised of the most talented thinkers, designers, coders, and developers in the mobile media industry today. With over 400 years of combined experience, our team has practiced their craft alongside some of the most innovative companies in the world, including both Apple and IBM. They are award winners, Open Source thought leaders, iPhoneDevCamp founders, and even doctors. Between them they hold over a dozen patents and have been interviewed or written for magazines the likes of Wired, ComputerWorld, and Business Week. As the world’s most proven mobile application studio, they provide everything from initial brainstorming and strategy, to custom development and publishing, to managing an entire mobile presence in any application marketplace.