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Star Wars mobile game app with augmented reality launched by Disney

The new application also offers a range of different features such as mini-games, news feeds, and selfie tools.

The Walt Disney Company has now released a new mobile game app with a Star Wars theme that is designed to give users the complete experience, from selfie tools to mini-games, and from news feeds to a number of augmented reality components, among other things.

This free mobile app was released last week and is meant to be the official connection to the brand.

In fact, when Disney released it, they called it “your official mobile connection to a galaxy far, far away.” The mobile game app is free to download and is available for both iOS and Android users. While mobile apps that are tied to movies have a tradition of being so-so, at best, this one at least provides users with a large number of different types of experience and it has been created to keep fans up to date with the very latest at the same time.

The Star Wars mobile game app is meant to keep fans entertained and informed as the new movie release approaches.

Once this mobile app has been downloaded, the user is able to choose from among three different possible themes: Droid, Light Side, and Dark Side. The app runs a countdown to the release of the next Star Wars movie, and has a feed of news relating to the film and the franchise. It also provides users with a library of official videos, sound bites, and images from the animated series and films. The images are apparently of rather poor quality, but users appear to be enjoying the sound board feature.

It is, however, the augmented reality element that is standing out the most in this mobile game app. This is because it allows smartphone and tablet users to project images of characters from the upcoming “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” movie onto the real world around them, when viewed through the device screen. Among the characters that are available include the new BB-8 droid and a stormtrooper. Disney has pointed out that “This app will continue to grow, evolve, and become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.”

Mobile technology is headed to more Disney parks

The announcement was made at the New Fantasyland ribbon-cutting ceremony in Disney World, Florida.

Disney has implemented a billion dollar mobile technology system in many of its different theme parks in order to help its guests to be able to reduce the length of time that they spend standing in line, and to be able to pay for the items that they want at the gift shops.

Now, it will be expanding this mobile tech to reach into other parts of its Disney resorts and parks.

The MyMagic+ $1 billion program uses mobile technology build into wristbands and an app that make it possible for guests at Walt Disney world resorts and parks to be able to pay for food and merchandise, open their hotel room doors, book their ride times, and even make meal reservations at restaurants. This makes it possible for the guests to book more of the different parts of their trips in advance, to reduce waiting time, personalize their visits, and allow them to move through the park more quickly, without delays.

So far, there have been more than 11 million of the mobile technology wristbands (MagicBands) used.

According to Tom Staggs, the chief operating officer, “The folks who are saying the MyMagic+ experience is excellent is the vast, vast majority of folks who are using it, and that, we know, is good for our business.” Staggs was speaking from the Disneyland Resort at an apartment once occupied by Walt Disney, during the 60th anniversary year of that park.

Staggs had been the head of the Disney parks and resorts division from 2010 until February 2015, when he became the COO. It is believed that he will be next in line for the CEO position when the current chief exec, Bob Iger, steps down in 2018.

One of the many ways in which Disney intends to continue the growth of its business is to ensure that it keeps on top of the latest in wearable and mobile technology. According to Staggs, they intend to continue to bring additional versions of MyMagic+ to their different parks and their other businesses across the globe.