TWiz:WDW Transportation Wizard
by: Laughing Place Apps • 11
Twiz puts the fun in functionality!
Imagine you are on your first trip to Walt Disney World. You arrive at your hotel (Let’s say the Grand Floridian Resort just for fun), unpack your bags and call your friends who happen to be staying at the Boardwalk Inn. You decide you want to meet for dinner at the Flying Fish café… but you don’t have a car, and you have no idea how to get to the Boardwalk from the Grand Floridian. You whip out your iPhone and the WDW Transportation Wizard comes to your rescue; promptly suggesting several routes involving boats, buses, or monorails. He even tells you how long it’s likely to take so you won’t be late for dinner. Thank you Mr Wizard!
Or, perhaps you are a veteran of Disneyworld and love planning daily itineraries. You plan your trip, making a careful schedule of where to eat and which parks to go to when. You decide that a fun day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios would really be nicely topped off by dinner at Chefs de France. But how long is it going to take to get there, and what is the funnest possible route (this is a vacation after all!)? You pop out your iPhone and fire up the OLP WDW Transportation Wizard who gives you several recommendations. Oh my gawrsh, I didn’t know you could take a boat from the Studios to Epcot! That sounds like fun! But I will have to allow at least 37 minutes for that trip so we better leave by 5PM to make sure we are in time for dinner at 6PM. Thank you Mr Wizard!
The OLP WDW Transportation Wizard puts the magic of Disney World planning in your pocket
The OLP TWiz is based on a program written in 1998 using a proprietary technology. OLP Twiz has been thoroughly tested by thousands of happy users. You can see the original twiz at ourlaughingplace.com where it is still in use today. Lucky for you, you can now carry it around on your iPhone or Touch for ready access.
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by Karen Horton
Oct 18, 2014 | "Awesome"
This app really helped us out finding the best way from place to place using Disney World transportation.
by Ryan Paetzold
Jul 01, 2013 | "OK"
Does it's job, but screen gets jarbled. Shouldn't be a paid app when it doesn't run smoothly.