If you have a trip planned for Disneyland then likely you are already starting to plan out how to make the most of your time. The MouseWait Disneyland Wait Times app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone can act as a very helpful planning tool that will allow you to plan your day according to the line-ups. There is nothing worse than wasting all kinds of time in one line-up when you could have moved on to another attraction you're interested in that also happens to have a shorter line-up. This app is loaded with all kinds of additional information that can ensure you have the best visit possible.
Think of the MouseWait Disneyland Wait Times app as your own personal park companion that is filled with helpful information and tips that will allow you to make the most of your visit. With this app you'll be able to get accurate wait time information on the rides as well as money saving tips, an interactive guide to help you navigate the park, a concierge that can help you plan your stay, and so much more.
The way this one works is that it uses credits and you can purchase credits as in-app purchases. These range in price from $4.99 to $99.99. It should be noted that there are no ads or pop-ups in the app. The app requires iOS 6.1 or later to use and currently has a perfect five star rating from customers. The app has just gone through a massive update adding all kinds of new features, tons of bug fixes and stability improvements, the app is easier and faster to use, and more.
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A Massive Collection of Tools
The MouseWait Disneyland Wait Times app is absolutely loaded with information and tools all presented in a user-friendly manner. You will find that navigating the app is quick and simple so you can get right to the information you want. Now keep in mind that many of the features require in-app purchases so you have to figure out what is the most important information for you to have. The look of the app is rather standard and there really isn't anything that stands out in that sense. It would be nice to see this one appear in a more modern or sleeker way just so it doesn't feel as cumbersome to go through.