Disney Apps! Disney’s Official Apps, Music Apps, Photo Apps, Gaming Apps, and Wait Time Apps! We cover (nearly) it all, in short 5-minute breakout sessions. Enjoy it, tweeple!! Let us know your favorite apps in the comments or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In other news, COME TO OUR DISNEYLAND MEETUP!!
- We talk shop. (sorry, Katie’s on her Honeymoon so this is Henry giving you the briefest possible show notes).
- Scott talks about the Disney.com official app. Seems dope. Then Scott talks about the official Disney Digicomics app. Both are for iPhone. Henry notes a few official Disney apps for the BlackBerry.
- Jeff’s up next: music apps. He has five: Live 365 official app (iPhone — no background ability yet!). FStream (iPhone — allows multiple audio stream types — but has an issue with Live365 streams). Wunderradio — expensively on iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry, but good! 4th: HiDef Radio (iPhone, Droid) — Jeff rates it a B! And lastly, ooTunes — highly rated amonst Team Betamouse — and with a very responsive developer. You can also stream your music library from your Mac/PC to your phone!
- Next, Katie goes nuts on photo editing / capturing apps. First two apps: Pano vs. AutoStitch — listen to the ep to find out which is better. Next up: Hipstamatic — Katie’s a big fan, uses it a ton (including from her Disneyland honeymoon!). Diptic is a cool, artsy app — but not great for in the parks. ColorSplash is great for the partner’s statue. CameraBag is another she enjoys. For Android: try PhotoShop, PicSay FX Camera, and Vignette.
- Nate is next with gaming apps for the iPhone. First up, the great Greg Maletic’s Wishing Stars for Disneyland — we’re all big fans of Greg! Nate’s excited to use it in the parks. Next up are two apps from Disney: Disney Fairies Fly (a side-scroller) and an Alice in Wonderland (which Nate isn’t a big fan of). Lastly, the Phineas and Ferb app.
- Henry does wait times. First up, shamelessly, Disney World Lines — Henry obviously think this is the first one you should check out. Next, Disney World Wait Times and the Undercover Tourist wait times app, also for Disney World. For Disneyland, including Disneyland Wait Times and MouseWait, both of which are good options. He also touches on Disney’s Mobile Magic, which is available for Verizon’s BREW phones.
Wheh! That’s it! What are your favorite Disney Apps?