According to Eric Peterson, CEO of Epic Digital, "Nearly 90% of our production income comes from businesses expanding their traditional media to mobile devices. This is specifically in the corporate, educational, and entertainment markets. Ever since 2009, the priority for companies has switched from just having Internet media, to making sure that media is cutting-edge and user-friendly on mobile devices. This includes animation, periodicals, and even normal business functionality. Large franchise restaurants are taking orders from iPads and department stores are doing the same."
A study conducted by the National Literacy Trust shows that children ages 7 to 16 are more likely to own a mobile device than a book. With the January announcement of Apple's iBooks 2 textbooks for iPad, more educational publishers are trying to provide innovative learning tools on mobile devices.
As traditional media consumption trends change to a more mobile design, new gateways are opened for how media can be communicated to users.
Epic Digital's Eric Peterson says, "The really exciting thing about mobile apps, is that there is a really cohesive way for sleek design and user experience to blend with functionality. Instead of creating a piece of media that can serve as a digital business card, more utilities can be packed in. A roofing company can mobilize its task force with affordable devices that not only can provide social media communication to their clientele, but also provide services such as project management, invoicing, billing, and more."