You can search one of two ways: find all locations of a certain type by tapping a category icon or by typing a search term. You can search for anything, such as:
Tap a result for detailed information, including accessibility, trivia, menus, showtimes or wait time, dining reservations, and more.
Use the map to orient yourself in the parks. Tap to center the map on your current location. To show items on the map, tap .
Our exclusive Addictometer Crowd Map uses crowdsourcing to display the most crowded areas of the resort. Yellow areas are moderately crowded, and intense red shows gridlock — it’s like a traffic map for the parks. Toggle the Crowd Map on and off with the button.
Tip: Tap to see the park in 1955, 1960, or as a satellite view.
Tapping the name of a location — in the map, in Wait Times, or in Schedule — will display a wide range of details, including photos, accessibility, tips and trivia, and even video. You can tap to see the location on the map, call for a dining reservation, report a wait time, set a reminder, or visit Yesterland for historic information.
See at a glance all the wait times in the park with our unique color bars. You can sort the times by shortest or longest to quickly see where the longest lines are. And our exclusive Addictometer — at the top of the screen — shows the current crowd level in the park.
The Addictometer™ crowd level display is designed to report how busy the park feels rather than a static attendance number. The meter shows levels in real time, and will fluctuate throughout the day as crowds in the walkways grow and ebb.
Mouseaddict will also display the current crowd level for both parks in your Notification Center Today view, and as a Glance on your Apple Watch.
By default, the wait times screen automatically shows the park you are located in. To see the other park, simply swipe sideways. On Apple Watch, Disneyland wait times are listed first. Swipe to the left for California Adventure.
Reporting a Wait Time
Your wait time submissions help us keep everyone up-to-the-minute! To submit a wait time, just tap on the colored bar anywhere it appears in the app.
Tip: Be sure to enable Push Notifications for Mouseaddict. Our wait times system will use push to deliver the most up-to-date wait information while minimizing data and bandwidth. Wait times are updated more slowly when push is not enabled.
Our premium Wait Watcher feature is like an unlimited Fastpass! Simply set your preferred length of wait, and Mouseaddict will watch the attraction for you. When it reaches the wait you set, it will notify you on your iPhone — and on your Apple Watch.
Once you’ve activated the Wait Watcher feature, you can set it by tapping a wait time, either on your iPhone or Apple Watch. You can have up to five Wait Watchers active at any time.
When you set a Wait Watcher, the current wait and the target you selected will appear in the wait times list, in the main menu, and in your Notification Center. Be sure to add Mouseaddict as a widget to see it in the Notification Center. Allow Push Notifications for Mouseaddict to get the most timely wait updates.
One purchase activates the feature on all devices using the same Apple ID.
Tip: To delete a Wait Watcher manually, swipe across it from right to left.
This page displays park hours, scheduled entertainment, closures, and more. When opened, it will automatically show information for the park you’re in — to see the other park, just swipe across the screen. You can view showtimes up to two weeks in advance. Choose a day to view by tapping .
Tip: Tap a show name to view more details and set a reminder.
This premium feature looks into the future to predict crowd levels continuously for two months in advance. Tomorrowplan will also display today’s prediction on the Schedule page.
Once activated, Tomorrowplan does not expire. Projections are updated continuously. One purchase activates the feature on all devices using the same Apple ID.
You can set alarms to remind you of shows you want to see, dining reservations, and Fastpass return times.
Your reminder appears in the main menu, and a red badge on the Mouseaddict homescreen icon shows the number of reminders you have set. When the alarm time arrives, you will be notified by the sound you picked and a notification on your screen and Apple Watch.
Tip: Reminders that have already sounded will automatically delete themselves at the end of the day. To delete a reminder manually, swipe across it from right to left.
The Hub is all about you: you can personalize Mouseaddict with your name, your birthday, and your Annual Passport. When you do, the app will remind you of your Passport expiration, blockout dates, and show locations that offer AP discounts. You might even get a little something on your birthday!
The Hub keeps track of your visits and keeps a log for you. You’ll see how many times you’ve visited each park, as well as what attractions you visit most often.
Tip: Tap the park icons to see the dates you visited.
Access content from MiceChat, the leading Disney, theme park, and family travel discussion board and community. You’ll be notified of the latest content, including Dateline Disneyland, In The Parks, and much more.
Mouseaddict uses the Push Notifications system to send updates on wait times, schedules, and park information. This reduces the amount of cellular data required, and ensures that you receive updates frequently with less battery usage. During crowded days, cellular networks may become congested. The Push Notifications system often gets through where regular data does not.
To enable Push Notifications for Mouseaddict, use the Settings app from your device home screen. Go to Settings > Mouseaddict > Notifications and toggle on “Allow Notifications.”
When you are in the Disneyland Resort, your location is used to update your visit statistics in The Hub, contribute to an anonymous crowd map, and show you your position in the parks. Please allow location to enable these functions. Devices with Apple’s motion chip feature, such as the iPhone 5S, 6, and 6 Plus, use the low-power features of that chip to recognize changes of location.
Go to Settings > Mouseaddict > Location and toggle it on.
When you are in the Resort, Mouseaddict updates your visit statistics in The Hub, updates its park information database with the latest schedules, and helps create the anonymous crowd map. Go to Settings > Mouseaddict > Background App Refresh and toggle it on.
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