Essentially, the new tech lets your smart device be your MagicBand. You can tap into the parks, link your PhotoPass photos, and even join your Rise of the Resistance boarding group! MagicMobile rolled out first for Apple users (including those with Apple Watches!). But now, we have exciting news for those with Androids.
It’s been a busy year at Disney World!
As the parks continue with their phased reopening, preparations have been taking place for the big 50th anniversary celebration! But among all the construction and excitement, we’ve seen some changes to everyday operations. And nope, we’re not just talking about safety procedures or price changes — there have been also some major technological advances.
There’s a NEW way to navigate Disney World today!
The NEW Disney MagicMobile service debuted in Disney World today. That means you can now use your Apple Smartphone or watch to scan into the parks in lieu of a MagicBand. Like the other ticket media, this service can be used for other park offerings as well — including Disney PhotoPass!
Some exciting new technology has officially arrived in Disney World!
Las week, we shared that Disney’s new MagicMobile service had rolled out on select Apple devices, and we gave ya a step-by-step guide on how to set it up. The new technology, which Disney announced earlier this month, essentially lets your phone become your MagicBand! And now, all Apple users are able to access this new features on their smart devices (yup, that includes Apple watches!).
Disney’s brand-new MagicMobile service is here!
Disney announced the new tech earlier this month — it essentially turns your phone into your MagicBand! You’re able to use your smart device (and yup, that includes your Apple Watch!) to tap into the parks, link your PhotoPass photos, and more. And while Disney stated that the service is rolling out in phases throughout 2021, it is already live for ALL Apple users.
Earlier this month, Disney announced some exciting new tech for your smart device.
The MagicMobile service enables your smart device — your phone, Apple Watch, etc. — to function as your MagicBand! And while the feature won’t replace MagicBands entirely (you’ll still be able to choose designs based on your favorite characters, attractions, and more!), it provides an alternative for those who want everything streamlined down to one device.