‘My Disney Experience’ app to replace ‘Mobile Magic’ as Disney parks’ official app

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As reported by Attractions Magazine, Disney Parks and Resorts will be releasing the beta version of their new mobile app dubbed “My Disney Experience” next month. The free app will include park hours, wait times, maps, dining and attraction information and more.

The app will be similar to the current Mobile Magic app and will feature all the existing features of the app along with more detailed features including some that will launch at a later date. Some of the features will require the user sign-in with a free account.

The My Disney Experience app will be available for the iPhone, iPad and Android phones during the beta test and will ultimately replace the current Mobile Magic app in early 2013. The app will be available for free in both the App Store and the Android Marketplace. In the coming months, it is expected to launch on Android tablets as well as Blackberry and Windows phones. The Disneyland version is expected in early 2013.

 

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3 thoughts on “‘My Disney Experience’ app to replace ‘Mobile Magic’ as Disney parks’ official app

  1. My hope is that they expand the range where you can get wait times & Fast Pass times. Right now it is limited to actually in the park. I’d love to have it whenever I’m on property. So I can get it on the monorail, bus, waiting for a bus, etc. That would help me make a decision on which park to go to, whether to change parks, or even to be able to hit the ground running when I get off the transportation.

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