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All official theme park apps can help guests find the nearest bathroom and determine attraction wait times, but some apps have upped the ante even further by offering visitors more ways to make their day, well, a walk in the park.
Walt Disney WorldYou’ll Need: One guest can manage tickets for all members of their group through the app.
You’ll Want: Up to three FastPass+ selections can be added to tickets via the app (but only for one park at a time).
You’ll Love: Shoppers can skip cashier lines by scanning and purchasing items through the app.
DisneylandYou’ll Need: Dining reservations can be made for restaurants in the parks, Downtown Disney or the resort hotels.*
You’ll Want: Codes from those super-flattering attraction photos can be entered directly into the app.*
You’ll Love: FastPass Distribution times are listed for all attractions that offer them.
Universal OrlandoYou’ll Need: The app uses step-by-step directions, with photos and spoken navigation, to guide guests to their destination.
You’ll Want: Guests can plan their visit before they get to the parks by creating a list of favorite rides, attractions and shows.+
You’ll Love: Users can set alerts to be notified when attraction wait times reach a specified length.+
Universal Studios HollywoodYou’ll Need: One- and two-day tickets and Annual/Season passes, can be purchased through the app.
You’ll Want: Guests can use the app to instantly upgrade to Front of the Line and VIP Experiences.
You’ll Love: The app has a parking reminder so guests can note exactly where the car is parked.+
KEY* This feature is available on both Disney apps+ This feature is available on both Universal apps