Disneyland Apps: Walkee vs. Mouse Wait

Hello Mouseketeers and happy Friday!  Today we are comparing two apps that can be used to help determine wait times when visiting the Disneyland Resort.  One is free and one is $3.99 (there is a free version too, but it is very basic).

Starting with the Walkee app…This is the $3.99 one and I am not one to pay for apps, but so far I’m liking this one.  This is the home screen when you open the app…

There are lots of options you can use with the maps, you can have just the rides highlighted or just food, or things you have already done.  It’s cool to have the different categories and be able to pick and choose.  This is what the maps look like when you click on them…

Walkee also has information about the dining options available in the park, showing you where they are located and the price range…

You can also click on the restaurant for more info, including the menu…

Walkee also has the park schedule so you can check out show times and hours…

And of course, ride wait times…

One super cool feature of the Walkee app is the Fastpass reminder alarm.  Put in the time of your Fastpass and the app will alert you when it is time to go to the ride  This screen also lets you record your wait time in line and submit it…

Mouse Wait has a lot of the same features, however, I don’t find the app visually as appealing as the Walkee.  This is their wait time screen…

The one thing Mouse Wait has that Walkee doesn’t is Annual Pass blackout days, which is an awesome and important feature for all AP’s.

They do have the restaurant information, again, not as pretty as Walkee…

The home screen of Mouse Wait tells you the crowd index, which is how full the parks are on a scale of 100.  I like to check this screen before I decide which park I want to go to first…

Overall, if Walkee had AP info, I would definitely use it over Mouse Wait, but since it doesn’t, I have both.  Mouse Wait will work just fine if you don’t care much about the graphics and visuals, but you do get a little something extra with Walkee.  Bottom line: If you don’t mind shelling out the cash, Walkee is a great way to go!

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