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Is there a good Disneyland app anyone has found? Quote: Originally Posted by Syv3n Is there a good Disneyland app anyone has found? Ride Hopper Lite works pretty good and its free. It's the only one I've been able to find. Verizon Wireless actually sells a Disney Parks app, but it doesn't work on smartphones yet. Mobile Magic ? First Disney Parks Mobile App Now Available Disney Parks Blog Quote: Originally Posted by Homer007 Ride Hopper Lite works pretty good and its free. It's the only one I've been able ...
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Hi I live in UK and am going to Disneyland in the summer. However I don't want to take my current phone, and want a cheap android phone that I can buy in UK, eBay probably, but work in USA. I want it to have WiFi and GPS and be able to download apps. Is there any android apps that are for Disneyland, eg queue beater, maps guides for Disneyland parks etc? Also what version can the recommended phones go up to? Officially or unofficially. I need it to be reliable as I'll be away from my computer for a few ...
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I've seen commercials for the Disney Park app, but is it still not available for Smart phones? Nothing listed on the Market. maybe its iphone? maybe not? Not the iphone app. It's a Verizon commercial. The only app I am aware of is the Disney Magic Park app, but it is not for Smart phones. Seems like a no brainer to have this for Android. Hi check out "Ride Hopper" in the market. I used the free version in April and it worked great. I checked Verizon's site and I don't see Android listed (compatible ...
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I go to Disneyland a lot, so i downloaded this app. I am having trouble understanding how to input data for wait times. I can find current wait times, but it is supposed to be able to allow user updates. Anyone else use this app, and can give me some advice?
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Please take a look at this page: http://www.gavinphotography.com/locations/disneyland/disneyland-engagement/index.html This page contains 16 thumbnails. Each thumbnail will lead to their own page. For an example, if you click the first image, it will lead to this http://www.gavinphotography.com/locations/disneyland/disneyland-engagement/target0.html My question is: This page has only 1 image and no text content. Even though this page does not have quality content, google still count this as a page and will ...
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Please take a look at this page: http://www.gavinphotography.com/locations/disneyland/disneyland-engagement/index.html This page contains 16 thumbnails. Each thumbnail will lead to their own page. For an example, if you click the first image, it will lead to this http://www.gavinphotography.com/locations/disneyland/disneyland-engagement/target0.html My question is: This page has only 1 image and no text content. Even though this page does not have quality content, google still count this as a page and will ...
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In the SEO world... what is the current thinking... Do we believe in the Google sandbox? First it exists, then it doesn't. I've been off the forum for a while but my new site is getting no joy. Google sandbox? To me, it is just an ordinary thing that happens during reindexing.. During this time you may see your site erratically move up and down or even not listed in SERP which I think is normal since new conditions and filters will be implemented to remove spam pages. I don't believe there is any ...
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In the SEO world... what is the current thinking... Do we believe in the Google sandbox? First it exists, then it doesn't. I've been off the forum for a while but my new site is getting no joy. I don't believe there is any controversy about this, except semantics. There wass undoubtedly a change in the way Google ranked new sites that started a few years ago and that named the "sandbox". People may still argue over whether it is a penalty (which I think is silly) or a lack of developed trust rank, or the ...
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Two months with the phone and daily I'm still blown away by how well ICS and the Nexus work together for voice recognition and dictation. It's always worked pretty well in Android, but ICS absolutely nails it. Now that it processes simultaneously with your speaking and doesn't wait until you're finished to begin the work, it's so, so functional. You can actually pause and think of what else you're going to say instead of having to practically rehearse the sentence ahead of time. Android has always done ...
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so, one of the recent articles was about the next step for the android OS. now that they have a solid hold on the phone market, what is the next step for proliferation of our beloved OS? there are a lot of possibilities, so i decided to start this thread so it could actually find an interactive discussion as opposed to linear comments on a thread. one thing i would like to see, and was surprised to see so many people chiming in with was putting android into cars. to be honest, i think most of the people i ...
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