New Digital Trip-Planning Tool, Disney Genie, Still Set to Arrive Soon at Walt Disney World

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New Digital Trip-Planning Tool, Disney Genie, Still Set to Arrive Soon at Walt Disney World

Disney Parks Chairman Josh D’Amaro has confirmed that Disney Genie, a digital trip-planning tool, is still in development and is coming soon to Walt Disney World.

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Announced at the D23 Expo in 2019, Disney Genie is a revolutionary new digital offering that will enhance the way guests plan for and experience a trip to Walt Disney World Resort. Joining other innovations like the MagicBand and MagicMobile, Disney Genie is being designed to help you make the most out of your visit, whether you’re a first-time guest or a seasoned pro. Disney Genie will make planning easier and more fun by providing customized itineraries geared to your interests, right at your fingertips.

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The confirmation of Disney Genie arriving to Walt Disney World soon follows the recent launch of MagicMobile for Apple devices, and the upcoming launch of the feature for Android devices.

What do you think about these digital features and tools coming to Walt Disney World? Will you be utilizing Disney Genie for your trips? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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3 thoughts on “New Digital Trip-Planning Tool, Disney Genie, Still Set to Arrive Soon at Walt Disney World”

  1. So no getting up before 6 am and firing up multiple tabs on the laptop to get ADR, FastPass, and Extra Magic Experiences booked? If so and they can get you automatically into the ROTR virtual queue too, sign me up!

  2. So basically it’s taking what multiple 3rd party sites already offer and bringing it in house? Nothing about it being utilized for better distribution of fp?

  3. Is it like a Ridemax style thing where it schedules you to identify the shortest wait time? Or is it just purely for making an itinerary without the wait time consideration? Additionally will it let us get fast pass, and ROTR boarding passes in advance?

    I wish we had more info about what it specifically does.

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