A Magicband is a colorful souvenir guests can use to navigate around the parks. It opens your resort hotel door, gets you into the parks, signifies if you have a fastpass and even more. Soon, Disney will debut a way to do all that and… Read More »New Disney MagicMobile will allow smart phones to work like MagicBands at access touchpoints
We are hoping that all of our readers had the opportunity to check out our list of 13 must-have mobile apps for the ultimate Disney fan. Now, The Disney Blog is recommending 7 free mobile apps to download if you are going on a Disney… Read More »7 Apps To Download for your Disney Vacation
In November of last year, Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger held a keynote presentation in which he outlined the ways that the Walt Disney Company and all of its divisions would focus on the mobile experience. As technology evolves and becomes a larger part of our… Read More »13 mobile apps for the Ultimate Disney Fan
Beginning today Disneyland’s D Street in the Downtown Disney District will offer D-Tech on Demand personalized Disney smart phone cases. This same technology has been available at the Marketplace Co-Op in Disney Springs Marketplace and has been very popular with guests. The Disneyland location will… Read More »Custom Disney Smart Phone Cases on Demand arrives at Disneyland
Star Wars fans rejoice! There is now an official Star Wars app where you can read all the breaking news, research history, learn trivia, and so much more! The app will keep you updated on everything happening with the upcoming Star Wars movies, including a… Read More »Star Wars Official App Now Available for iOS and Android
I will admit that I have not quite gotten on board the whole “watch movies on a mobile device” thing. It might be because I’m old and I remember when TVs were in black and white and when you had to drive to the video… Read More »Disney Movies Anywhere Now Available for Google Android Users
If you missed the news, Thomas Staggs has made Disney’s most clear statement to date on exactly what NextGen will bring to the parks. The guest will encounter it via the MyMagic+ program. There’s a fairly good write up on the program by Brooks Barnes in the New York Times.
There was also this bit officially released by Disney:
With MyMagic+ Walt Disney Parks and Resorts is taking another step forward to evolve “how” guests experience Disney Parks and is using technology to make it easier than ever before for guests to make the most of their Walt Disney World visit. Many of these efforts fall under the umbrella of MyMagic+, which has the ability to connect nearly all aspects of the guest experience and make it better for everyone, at no additional charge.
A new website and mobile app called My Disney Experience provides a one-stop shop for all things Walt Disney World throughout every phase of a guest’s vacation. It will enable guests to:Read More »MyMagic+ – NextGen Rollout Questions, Answer, and more Questions