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  • [Question] TDR iPhone app for wait times/etc?

    Hello! I was wondering if anyone has found an app that I can use to track wait times, look at maps, etc. for Tokyo Disney Resort...in English? Or, a way to translate an app that is in Japanese?

    My search did turn one up and I tried it but since it used Hiragana I couldn't make sense of it.

    My backup plan is to use the Chrome app to translate this webpage:
    DeepDisney

    Thank you
    Audrey

    2003 - WDW
    2005 - Disneyland Paris
    2009 - Disneyland Paris
    2011 - Disneyland
    2013 - Tokyo Disney Resort
    2014 - Tokyo Disney Resort

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    Re: TDR iPhone app for wait times/etc?

    Which app did you find that has wait times in Japanese?

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      Re: TDR iPhone app for wait times/etc?

      Do you have android phone?

      Android offers more TDR apps than iPhone because iPhone is not so popular in Japan.

      I use this one 'Tokyo Disney Wait Time'



      However I found there are another apps in English too.

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        Re: TDR iPhone app for wait times/etc?

        Originally posted by Duyanh92 View Post
        Android offers more TDR apps than iPhone because iPhone is not so popular in Japan.
        What are you talking about? iPhone's market share in Japan is higher than just about any other country. I think it may be the only country where it's still above 50%.

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          Re: TDR iPhone app for wait times/etc?

          Originally posted by SuperDry View Post
          What are you talking about? iPhone's market share in Japan is higher than just about any other country. I think it may be the only country where it's still above 50%.
          Yes, iPhone sale was extremely high last previous year when Docomo started to sell iPhone for their network. But I still find that the Japanese app market for android is more generous in Japan because Android was popular before iPhone in Japan, and they developed these apps before the appearance of iPhone in Japan. I agree that iPhone's market share in Japan is higher than any other country now. To archive that, Docomo and other carriers offer a free contract, (it wont happen for other devices such as Sharp, Fujitsu, Panasonic, and Sony) that's why!

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            Re: TDR iPhone app for wait times/etc?

            iPhone was the first Smartphone that really got sold in Japan. When the iPhone started to become popular there were no Android Phones and most Japanese mobile makers still tried to construct their own Smartphones with their own OS before they started to switch to Android.

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