Touring Plans Rocks! For my first trip to Anaheim, I needed a solid plan of attack to see & do everything at Disneyland. First day was a Wednesday ... park was only open 11 hours, but we got 23 things done, plus 2 meals! Awesome! I love that you can easily re-optimize or re-evaluate on the fly. We had a couple unexpected closures, but were able to keep going with the plan, thanks to re-optimizing! :)
Invaluable resource that I didn't know I even needed By far the best investment of our 1 day vacation. 6 kids, teen through toddler plus a grandparent and aunt. Didn't wait in line all day on one of the busiest days. At 11:00am we had done the bulk of our list and felt that we had some special VIP status as we cruised through the park. There's no avoiding the Peter pan wait unless you follow the advice and do it first. THANK YOU for your amazing research!
Not as efficient... ...as Ridemax. But, I guess you get what you pay for. It very often scheduled us for things before they were open or after they were done for the day. Ridemax plans most of your itinerary per land whereas this can have you needlesdly running back and forth between lands. Ridemax also gives you helpful tips. Though, that was last year so I may try again to see if it is better.
Thought it was free. Installed it only to find it is only a limited feature 24 hour trial. Subscription is needed for more than 24 hours or for the Touring Plan feature which is why I selected this app. This info should be stated UPFRONT Should have realized what a red flag that was. Actually used this app the 1st day at Disneyland and the wait times were wildly optimistic, the app was slow and often did not update the actual wait times. The 2nd day at Disney, in the morning it said I had already ridden the rides listed in my touring plan so it didn't show the wait times. I picked this app based on an article that said how useful the touring plans were (they were not) and that it was much more useful than the Disney app (it wasn't!). I got the Disney app on day 2 and the wait times were updated promptly and were accurate. It was very helpful and it was free.
Great tool This and the Lines app for WDW are great tools for planning your trip either far in advance or on the day of your visit. The park level estimates vs historic levels are great for figuring out when is best to go. Even when you aren't planning a trip, it's great to check in on the crowds and happenings around the parks.
Unhelpful I'm annoyed that I paid money for the subscription. The app did not help at all and caused us to waste time with its confusing plan. It was telling us to go to a ride at a time that had already past, after I had just optimized it. It was also telling me to get a fast pass for rides that I already entered fast pass return times for. It also said to get a fast pass for a ride then immediately go on it. Fast pass doesn't work like that. It seemed to be down for half the day. The estimated wait times were off.
- New “Ride Now” and “Wait to Ride” recommendations to show whether waits are going up or down at your favorite rides. LINES also shows when waits will be lower for each attraction.
- In-app billing improvements.
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