'I-95 Mom,' Marianna Frances of Port St. Lucie, says if you love Walt Disney World, but hate waiting in lines there are two apps great for creating family memories and passing the time.
1) The Play App. Has tons of Disney trivia, Disney themed music, and more (Read the official release below).
2) Ellen's Heads Up Disney Edition. It's free if you wait to download it while at the resort.
Read more ideas from Marianna on her blog.
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OFFICIAL DISNEY PRESS RELEASE
First-Of-Its-Kind ‘Play Disney Parks’ Mobile App Debuts This Week at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – June 26, 2018 – Guests can explore the Disney theme parks like never before with the Play Disney Parks mobile app, a transformative new digital entertainment offering that will make its official debut on June 30 at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland Resort in California.
The Play Disney Parks app will bring to life unique interactive experiences that enable guests of all ages to access a wide range of activities including themed games, Disney trivia, digital achievements, music and so much more – whether they are playing on Main Street, U.S.A. or waiting in line at beloved attractions.
Developed in close collaboration with Walt Disney Imagineering, Play Disney Parks was designed for families and guests to enjoy together, with group play options that enable everyone to join in on the fun while staying fully engaged in the immersive environments of Disney parks. The app will be available for iOS and Android platforms and will be free to download. “Play Disney Parks represents the next step in how we use innovative digital technology to enhance the guest experience in our parks,” said Vivek Sharma, Senior Vice President of Digital Guest Experience and eCommerce for Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products. “The app is designed to help guests immerse themselves in the Disney stories they know and love in a whole new way.”