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Friday, February 11, 2011

Droid App For Disney World Ride Lines Or Another Reason I Love My Droid

You are in Disney World and you want to maximize your entertainment dollar. Who doesn’t?

Sometimes the lines can drive you to distraction or possibly it is the screaming child with a full diaper that is flailing away at the back of your head unbeknownst to the stressed out parent carrying them. (maybe the parent knows and doesn’t care)

One way to alleviate lineitis is an app for your phone telling the wait times at each ride. It actually works and works well. I am sure there are others out there but I downloaded the free app, Disney World by Undercover Tourist, off of the marketplace. It works great. You should give it a shot if you want to enhance the value of your exorbitant ticket prices.

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