(searched, didn't see this posted yet....if it was, sorry.)
So I saw a commercial the other day (looks like the website has been there for awhile, but first time I've seen a commercial).
If you have Verizon, you can use the Magic Mobile.
It's amazing, the wait time board is not digital yet but Verizon can give you wait times, if fast passes are still available
and where character sighting are and more.
At this point, who needs a daily schedule.
And is reading an entertainment schedule really that hard to do?
I do think the fastpass feature is kinda cool.
From the Website:
(Mobile Magic – First Disney Parks Mobile App Details, Screen Shots Unveiled Disney Parks Blog)
Earlier this year, we announced our first official Disney Parks mobile application – Mobile Magic. Now, we’re sharing details and screen shots.
You’ll recall that Mobile Magic is bringing attraction wait times, FASTPASS return times, extensive information on character locations and more for Walt Disney World and Disneyland theme parks to your Verizon Wireless phone. Development work has been ongoing but the team recently offered a walkthrough of the app and it’s looking great.
Attraction wait times on your Verizon Wireless device will be unique. There’s been an investment in the backend infrastructure to support Mobile Magic and offer actual wait times based directly on Disney Parks information.
As for FASTPASS, you’ll be able to check if it’s still available for specific attractions. And if FASTPASS is available, the app will deliver information about the next return time. So, if you can still get a FASTPASS, the application will show, for example: FP: 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Also, mobile maps are GPS-enabled. While wandering the parks, your location will be indicated by a white circle. Then it’s simple to scroll through content and find it on the map via a “getting there” option. The map zooms out and allows you to see your location and exactly where the character greeting or restaurant can be located."
see website for more of the article