Are you planning on traveling to France anytime soon? How about Paris? As you well know, there are plenty of other attractions around the city, other than the Eiffel Tower, including a theme park based around a certain cartoon mouse known the world over. Opened in 1992, Disneyland Paris sees over fifteen million visitors every year. So wouldn’t it seem logical that at least a few of those folks might be iPhone owners? To address this previously neglected audience, the geniuses behind the biggest tourist attraction in all of Europe are once again proving, “there’s an app for that.”
The newly introduced Disneyland Paris app is designed to be your guide to both of the Disney theme parks housed within the resort, as well as your one-stop solution for any questions you could ever possibly have. Among the key features are interactive maps that can point out places of interest in the parks, through your 3GS or iPhone 4′s actual camera, augmented reality style. This in itself would be awesome enough, but that is merely the tip of the iceberg.
Along with the obvious benefits of an app like this, Disney has went above and beyond, providing features such as the ability to take a live look in on the expected wait time for any attraction in real-time. You can even go as far as to use the app to schedule a daily plan for each park, complete with push notifications if you just so happen to break your schedule.
Whoever came up with the idea for this software needs a hefty pat on the back. It would be impossible to compute the sheer number of hours spent waiting in line for a ride, when a simple check of this app could tell you that three other rides nearby have no wait time at all. This is a must-have for any traveler destined to don the magical mouse ears.