Why the Disney Parks are getting more kids than ever
Kids are getting in more places at Disney parks than ever before, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
It’s thanks to the popularity of Disney’s new kid-friendly interactive app, My Disney Experience, and the arrival of several new parks this fall.
The app lets children take a photo with their smartphones, and they can share it with friends via Snapchat.
The number of kids participating in the app has doubled in the past year.
The Wall St. Journal report also found that the number of parents sharing their kids’ photos on social media rose from 1.3 million in 2016 to 1.8 million in 2018.
Disney’s My Disney experience allows parents to make their children’s favorite activities fun, and parents can also post a photo or video of their child with friends.
It has even become a way for parents to get to know their children and share fun photos and videos.
Parents can also set up events for their children to do together.
For example, they can host a party for their daughter and invite her friends to join.
“Kids are coming in to Disney parks for a lot of different reasons, but the one thing they love about Disney is the opportunities for learning, learning, and learning,” Jennifer Mertz, an executive vice president at Disney Parks and Resorts, said in a statement.
“We know this experience is a great way to introduce our guests to our parks and to create a fun, social experience that’s really great for kids.”
The new apps have made Disney a lot more popular with families.
The company is currently in the process of launching the new My Disney experiences for families, and is planning to expand them to other parks.
Disney has made some notable moves in the last few years, including the acquisition of the music streaming service Spotify and the music-streaming app Tidal.