Disneyland Park Planner Features
• Watch app with large, easy to see wait times display
• Watch app displays full park schedules
• All Wait Times on one screen - Happy thumbs unit!
• Create Itinerary lists, great for planning your day
• See what time the last wait time was posted
• See ride list in alpha-order or by Land
• GPS shows how far you are away
• Customize ride order - Put your favorites in top
• Built-in Line Timer
• Set ride return text reminders
• See the time of the last post
• Real-time line waits for Disneyland park and Disney California Adventure. Wait times are updated by the entire Walkee Community, both paid and free apps
• Wait times on one convenient scrollable screen, no excessive tapping
• Rearrange Wait times order - place your favorites at the top
• Set Text Alerts - Set a time to send yourself a text reminder to return to a rides location by a specific time. You'll get a text reminder 40 and 20 minutes prior to your preset return time. Great for Fastpass return times, family meet-ups, dining reservations, Character Meets
• The ability to purchase discount tickets to over 30 TOP Southern California attractions including Disneyland®, Universal Studios Hollywood, Sea World San Diego and more...
If you plan on visiting Disneyland®, or if you just want to stay up on what's going on, the Walkee Disneyland Planner is a must-have app.
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Ratings and Reviews
I am standing in an hour long line for a ride this app currently lists as a five minute wait. The park is packed and many of the rides have 5-10 minute waits according to this app. I tried to correct the time but it didn't change.
can't even open the app
Very accurate on wait times and times are updated frequently. The only thing I would recommend is that the rides/attractions could be separated into groups by location. That way if one ride has a long wait time in Toontown (for example) you could easily check other wait times in that area for other rides. There could be a bolded title called Toontown, and then all the rides with their wait times listed. Then a bolded title called Fantasyland, and then all the rides with their wait times. Etc.... That would make it a lot easier to use. Currently, it just lists the rides, and in small print it states which land it is located in.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.