Get the most out of your visit to Walt Disney World with Apps

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If you are lucky enough to be visiting Walt Disney World at any time of the year, you will find a great deal of entertainment waiting for you. There is something for everyone at the resort to bring out the big kid in all of us. Today we are looking at how to get the most out of your visit to Walt Disney World with apps for Android and iOS.

First up we have Walt Disney World Pro 1.17, which features more than 120 Walt Disney World attractions, events and parades. The application is the first one of its kind that combines attractions, park hours, wait times, park maps, WDW dining, and event and parade times. There are also more than 500 stunning images, which include “on attraction” photography.

The application will give users all the information that is needed to plan and enjoy their trip to the magic that is Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. Each attraction has multiple images and other features include, tips & strategies for the attractions, toddler tips, what’s new, hotel phone numbers, detailed maps, and much more. Information is stored to the device so no internet connection is needed.

Walt Disney World Pro 1.17 is available worldwide on the App Store for only $4.99/£2.99. iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad required with iOS 4.0 or later. A great application that I have personally used myself last Christmas is Walt Disney World Notescast 3.6.

The application is available for owners of Android devices and the iOS platform. It has more than 300 pages of in-depth information combined with over 750 original and exclusive high quality images. You will find all of Walt Disney World Resort in the palm of your hand, and it doesn’t need an internet connection.

Information contained in the application includes what’s new, annual events, tickets, dining, tours, vacation planning tips, information on Disney’s Fastpass, hidden Mickey’s Tours, guests with disabilities, and so much more. Walt Disney World Notescast 3.6 is available worldwide on the App Store for only $2.99 and via the Android Market.

A free application for Android users is Disney World Wait Times Lite, which is an application that gives users real-time wait times and maps for the resort. It covers all of the resorts locations in one application with over 2,000,000 wait time data points that are enhanced by real-time user submissions. For more information and to download hit the Android Market.

Have you used any of these applications or know of any better ones?

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