Steve Jobs might be the largest shareholder of Walt Disney Co. (Steve became Disney's largest stockholder in the Pixar acquisition), but that didn't stop a map application from being made for Android flavored phones like the Motorola DROID in the video. The app is made for "guests" at the Disney park, is available from upinpoint.com, and gives you a map of the WDW park. At your fingertips will be the location of restrooms (that is always welcome), a breakdown of attractions (is there a FastPass available?, height restrictions, etc.) and you can even make a priority list of which rides/attractions you want to see first and check off the places you have been. Lack of a zoom feature needs to be rectified, and there is no real time feature that gives you wait times at each ride. You can track your position on the maps with the GPS on your handset. A menu is available for each restaurant showing each item's price. If you're planning a trip to the Magic Kingdom, the $4.00 that the app costs could be well worth the expense. There are also similar apps available for the iPhone/iPod Touch and for other Disney parks like Disneyland in California.