Android Version of LeakyNews.com's Guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter App Now Available
August 17, 2010, 02:00 PM
Attention all Android users: LeakyNews.com's Guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter App; which is currently available for all Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad; is now available for download on the Android Marketplace. On your Android device, click here to download the app for the low price of .99.
This app is your fun and comprehensive guide to the theme park in Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Packed full of all the useful information you need to enjoy your time at the park to the fullest, you can learn about the different shops and what they sell; find out all the useful information you need about the rides, shows and attractions; and discover the hidden magical surprises throughout the park. You can also find out CURRENT wait times for the rides, and help out your fellow theme park fans by submitting wait times as you ride.
LeakyNews.com's Guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter App costs .99 and includes many fun and helpful features, including:
- Full list and descriptions of shops and attractions
- Where and what you can eat and drink
- Tips for finding the hidden magic
- All the useful info you need about the rides, including height restrictions
- Current wait times for the rides
- A map of the park to help you find your way around
- Facebook connectivity to share your thoughts on the rides
- Choose your House and change the color scheme of the app
Great news, I’m going in 2 weeks and recently jumped ship from iPhone to Android.
Just a suggestion, the common way to share links to android apps on the web is to generate a QR Code with the marketplace link so that android users can scan the barcode on the screen and it will download the app.
Can you add this image to this article and I’ll share this articles with other friends who are going. I generated the barcode for you and you can find it at the following URL
I would totally buy this if it was made for the BlackBerry. Hint hint, Leaky ;) Some of us don’t trust Apple enough to get an iPhone/iPod/iPad and might not be able to change carriers to get an Android ;p