To begin with, visitors can download the official app for Disneyland Resort, allowing them to link their tickets, view menus, order food, make dining reservations, join a virtual queue and view attraction wait times, park maps and hours of operation.
The mobile ordering service lets guests order food and drinks at various dining locations, with more being added and existing locations expanding the service.
Disneyland reopening on April 30
Upon reopening, a virtual queue system will remain in use at Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. The virtual queue can be accessed via the Disneyland app.
Visitors can also use the new Disney PhotoPass+ One Day and scan QR codes at certain dining locations across Disneyland Resort to view digital menus.
In addition, guests can join a mobile walk-up list at select restaurants on the Disneyland app, and can virtually check-in for dining restaurants at some table-service restaurants.
As for shopping, visitors to World of Disney in the Downtown Disney District can scan products to purchase using the Disneyland app before showing a QR code to a cast member.
Disneyland app and Play Disney Parks
Guests can limit contact with other guests by using the online check-in service before arriving at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.
Finally, the Play Disney Parks app allows guests to explore the parks and offers unique experiences and activities, including the Star Wars: Datapad at Galaxy’s Edge.