Featuring a comprehensive list of in-park resources, the Disney World Mobile Guide provides users with the information they need for a magical vacation at the parks, including wait times, interactive maps, restaurant listings, menus, park hours, full ride descriptions, Disney hotel information, phone numbers, trip-planning tips, over 300 pages of valuable information and more, all complemented with over 600 high-quality photos. “There are well over one hundred Walt Disney World related apps on the App Store, so to be recognized as one of the top apps is truly an honor.” said Mike West of TimeStream Software. “This recognition their website is a reflection upon the quality, value and wealth of information the app provides to the user.” The Disney World Mobile Guide app is one of the most comprehensive mobile vacation planners and in-park guides available for Walt Disney World Resort today, covering nearly every aspect of the entire resort and all four theme parks, including the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. * Over 120 Walt Disney World Attractions, Parades and Events * Detailed Interactive Maps – Great for the iPhone and iPad * Accurate Wait Times with Multiple Displays * Daily Park Hours * Parade and Event Descriptions and Photos * Walt Disney World Restaurants with Menu Items * Over 600 High-Quality Original Photos * Multiple Photos per Attraction * Walt Disney World Attractions “Tips & Strategies” * Walt Disney World Hotels and Resorts * One-Touch “My Favorites” Tagging * Walt Disney World Tickets In addition, the new Disney World Mobile Guide is the only leading Walt Disney World app with: * Over 600 Large Photos (No small thumbnails) * Complete Ride Descriptions with Multiple Photos * Walt Disney World Hotel Information * Multiple Photos per Disney Hotel * “Quick Find” tabs for Attractions, Dining and Hotels * Tips and Strategies for Each Attraction * Parade Descriptions with Multiple Photos * Event Descriptions with Multiple Photos * Walt Disney World – Annual Events * Walt Disney World – What’s New * Walt Disney World – What’s Coming * Walt Disney World – Phone Numbers * Walt Disney World – Hotel Phone Numbers * Walt Disney World – Tips * Walt Disney World – Toddler Tips * Walt Disney World – Tours * How to Plan Your Vacation * Guests with Disabilities Information * And more – all with photos Additional Disney Notescasts: Part of the Walt Disney World Mobile series. Other TimeStream Software apps for Walt Disney World and Disneyland include: * Walt Disney World Notescast * Walt Disney World Secrets Gold! * Walt Disney World Hidden Mickeys * Walt Disney World Main Street Windows * Walt Disney World Tips, Hints & Phone Numbers * Disneyland Mobile Guide * Disney at Work: Magic Kingdom * Disney at Work: Epcot
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PJ Lifestyle » The Executive Behind Walt Disney World’s MyMagic+ Will Leave The Company

Nick let us know that after 17 successful years with Disney, he wanted to help other companies innovate in how they provide products and services to their customers, much like he did here in leading the development of MyMagic+, Disney spokeswoman Kim Prunty said. We want to thank Nick for his tremendous accomplishments throughout his tenure with Disney. In 2009, Disney tapped Franklin, then the head of its global business and real-estate development teams, to lead a secretive project that was referred to internally as NextGen. That work ultimately produced MyMagic+, the many-tentacled technology project at Walt Disney World that includes a reservation system allowing visitors to book attraction times up two months before their trips and microchip-embedded wristbands that interact with sensors installed throughout the resort. Franklin served as essentially a CEO for the MyMagic+ project, and his team grew from 35 to more than a thousand employees. The company has already hailed Franklins efforts as a success, despite rumors that the effort went over budget and took longer to implement than expected. Disney is looking to expand the program beyond Walt Disney World. Although Disney executives have been hesitant to discuss MyMagic+s financial performance, they say Disney World visitors are embracing the technology.
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