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Mobile Magic – First Disney Parks Mobile App Now Available

posted on November 11th, 2009 by Thomas Smith, Social Media Director, Disney Parks

It’s here. Our first official Disney Parks mobile application is now available and you’re invited to check it out.

Trying Mobile Magic is simple. Verizon Wireless customers can download the application for $9.99 for 180 days.   Just go to the Media Center to “Browse & Download,” then “Get New Applications.” You’ll then find Mobile Magic in the “Travel & Navigation” folder.  The app can also be found by texting Magic to 2777 later today.

You should know that there’s a 24-hour free trial available for a limited time if you’d like to test it out. In either case, download and message charges may apply. Airtime or megabyte data charges may also apply when browsing, downloading and using certain applications. You can access the Disney Parks mobile web site by going to either or on your mobile web browser.

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The application is ready to use but the team will be fine tuning it until January. Mobile Magic is bringing FASTPASS return times, attraction wait times for the park you are in, extensive information on character locations and more for Walt Disney World and Disneyland theme parks to your Verizon Wireless phone. And, even if you are not a Verizon Wireless subscriber, you can still use your mobile phone to access select park information and on the Disney Parks Mobile web sites.

Here’s the list of phones that the app is currently available on:

    – LG Glance
    - LG VX Chocolate
    - LG Chocolate 3
    - LG Decoy
    - LG VX 8700
    - LG Venus
    - Moto Adventure
    - Nokia 7205
    - Samsung Renown
    - Moto 325
    - Samsung 540
    - Samsung 550
    - LG 5500
    - Nokia 6205
    - Moto 755
    - UT Starcom 8950
    - UT Starcom GC1-c711
    - GZ1 – S Boulder
    - Moto K1 -M
    - Moto – L7c
    - LG 8350
    - Samsung Trance
    - Moto V3m
    - Moto Barrage
    - Moto VU204
    - LGE VX-8360
    - Motorola RIZR Z6TV
    - Motorola VU30 (Rapture)
    - Motorola Z6c
    - Samsung SCH-A990
    - Samsung SCH-U620
    - Samsung SCH-U900 Flipshot
    - LG VX 9100 – enV2
    - LG VX 9200 – enV3
    - LG VX 8300
    - LG VX8370
    - Motorola V9M
    - Motorola W766 Harmony
    - Motorola VE
    - Samsung U640 Buddy
    - Samsung SCH – U650 (Sway)
    - Casio Hitachi Exilim C721

Update: New Phones Added

    - Nokia 6315i
    - Nokia 2705 Shade
    - CDM – 8975
    - LG VX 8600
    - LG VX9400
    - LG VX9800 V
    - LG VX9900 enV
    - Nokia Twist 7705

The Following Touch-Screen Devices Added

    - LG VX8575 – Chocolate Touch
    - LG VX 9600 – Versa
    - LG VX 9700 – Dare
    - LG VX 10000 – Voyager
    - LG VX 11000 – enV Touch

The list of Verizon Wireless phones that Mobile Magic will be available on is expected to grow to include “touch” handsets and smartphones in the upcoming weeks.

Here are some more screenshots:

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