Next week, Disneyland will launch its version of Walt Disney World's digital fastpasses.
Called "MaxPass," guests will be able to reserve "fastpasses" for rides at Disneyland and California Adventure through the Disneyland app. It will also allow people to download all their photos taken by Disney's photographers.
The new system will launch on July 19, Disneyland announced via its official blog.
The "MaxPass" option -- unlike at Walt Disney World -- is not included in park admission. The cost is $10 per day, an "introductory price," Disney said. It can be purchased at the ticket window, online or via the app once you enter the park.
People will still be able to reserve Fastpasses at the various kiosks using their park tickets without paying extra.
Disneyland also said it added two more Fastpass kiosks to Toy Story Mania and Matterhorn Bobsleds.
Fastpasses are usually found outside Disneyland's more popular attractions, and therefore have the longest wait times. The passes let guests essentially reserve their spot in line at a later time -- usually between an hour -- where they can return and get in the line faster.