Disney Interactive

To keep the magic of my trip to Disneyland with Disney Social Media Moms alive, I discovered Disney Interactive Apps. The apps from Disney Interactive are a way to connect to Disney games and movies, keeping the magical memories until the next time I visit.

The afternoon I reached Disneyland, conference attendees and families were treated to hands on experience with mobile apps for Disney products. I was hesitant at first until I tried the app for Frozen: Storybook Deluxe. In the app you can choose to read or play the story Frozen. The cool part is that by turning your device, you can choose from Elsa or Anna’s point of view.

Frozen Storybook

Just in case this isn’t enough to get your Frozen fix, there’s an app dedicated to all movies Disney. For a limited time, downloading Disney Movies Anywhere and connecting it to your Apple iTunes accounts nets a free copy of The Incredibles. The app has some behind the scenes trailers, exclusive blooper reels, and specials. I was quite fond of the Pixar Easter Egg Challenge. If you think your eyes are sharp, watching the three-minute film will have you streaming Pixar movies to see the clues pointed out.

Disney Movies

Disney Animated is for the animator in you. This app lets users discover how the films are brought to life. For the Frozen fans, there is a unique way to explore every scene of the film. For fans of animation, there are never before scenes available for perusal and exploring.

Disney Animated

Timon and Pumbaa star in the Wild About Safety app. This app has safety tips for the theme parks and gives demonstrations of the consequences of unsafe behavior.

Even though he claims he’s too old, The PreTeen was all over the Club Penguin app. Club Penguin is a safe introduction to RPG for the Disney Junior set. You can explore the island with friends, adopt a puffle, and play games to earn coins and prizes.

Club Penguin 019

Other apps worth mentioning are Disney Memories HD. This app takes your photos and sprinkles some Disney Magic with characters, stickers, and frames. There’s also an alarm clock so your favorite character helps you rise and shine each day.

Disney Memories

Story allows you take pictures, add a theme, and create memories to share on Facebook, email, or the site.

Any other Disney apps you like? Leave your choices below!

Disclosure: Disney provided discounted accommodations and park tickets and also provided the most magical experiences and perks. The DSMM sponsors provided product and helped make the magic happen. All opinions magical or otherwise are my own.

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Comments

  1. says

    I think it’s funny when one of the kids think they’re too old for an app and then they’re the one that spends the most time with it. 😉 Thanks for the app share!

    • says

      I didn’t know about any of these apps yet! I’ll have to tell my daughter about the frozen one, she’s a big fan!

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