As a Windows Phone user, I was frustrated with the inability to use the My Disney Experience app on my phone. While I did have access to some great wait-times apps, I didnt have access to any official looking information. Ive used the My Disney Expedition app on my trips in the past year. It was very reliable for wait times and other information and I was very pleased with it. However, once Fastpass+ came out, I knew that I wouldnt be able to use the app on the go to make any changes to our reservation schedule. While I was hesitant about FP+ in the first place, this certainly didnt make me warm up to the idea! Butthe pixie dust has started falling on us of the Windows persuasion. Recently, I found out that the My Disney Expedition app (NOT an official app) had added the ability to reserve Fastpass+! I was ecstatic! I immediately started playing around with it. While there are one or two things that I noticed need some sprucing up, there was nothing that caused me any grave angst. In fact, its a very easy system to navigate. I decided to put together a little walk-through of the app for anyone else who might be interested in the app. (I am in no way apart of the production of this app I just thought with all of the info about MDX out there, I might put out some info for the other side.) The free version includes everything except the ability to book FP+. The full version costs $2.99. The app loads in about 10 seconds. This is the home page. You can slide to access the other main menus (hotels and activities) in addition to parks. As you can see, the homepage gives you the park hours for the current day, including Extra Magic Hours. The bottom menu buttons take you to FP+ scheduling and the ability to see park hours for additional days. Hours for today, May 25th. Hours for tomorrow, May 26th. The Hotels menu Need information on the Grand Floridian? A listing of various activities around the resort. Dining options. The main Activities menu Lets go check out Magic Kingdom The bottom menu changes slightly. We have easy access to FP+, a map of Magic Kingdom, Pin/Un-Pin the app to the start menu, and search. Under Attractions, you can see information about each attraction as well as updated wait times. The bottom menu options allow you to sort and filter the attractions. You can sort the Attractions by (The app does use your location while you are in the park, but you can turn off this option in settings.) You can filter for many things, such as Age, Hearing and Visual Disability Services, Height, and Mobility Disabilities. This way you can customize the rides you are looking at to fit your needs. When you click on an attraction, you get some basic information about it, including guest height requirements. The map button would show you exactly where to go, while you could use the sharing option to post an update to the world that you .uh got the scoop on the Mine Train. Click on Shows to get a listing of all of the options in that particular park. Notice that Next Show times are listed right away. I cant vouch that this app is 100% accurate 24/7, but its always been solid for me. I like that even small shows, such as Caseys Corner Pianist are listed. I always seem to miss him, but this app gives you an easy way to get the times. Click on a show and you get additional information, including the full schedule. In this particular instance, the Dapper Dans had finished their shows for the day and were not scheduled until the following day. A great plus for this app is that little alarm button that shows up on the bottom of the screen. You can select a time that you would like to see a show and set an alarm to remind you. I always seem to forget when all of those shows happen in Epcot. You can choose how far in advance of the scheduled show you would like to be reminded so that you have time to get from Point A to Point B in the park. This way, you wont miss your favorite shows! The Dining menu is another useful tool. Right on the homepage you can see the type of food served (Be Our Guest---French!) and which meals the restaurant serves. Part 2 in Next Post!