Disney to launch new parks companion app 'Genie'
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Disney will launch new all-in-one app for park visitors called Genie this fall. The app will allow park visitors to plan trips and skip long lines at its domestic parks Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Parkgoers can use the app to schedule restaurant reservations, order food, and pay for merchandise. It will also let users see current wait times for attractions. A paid version called Disney Genie Plus will become available and will start at $15 per person.