Weed apps have never been in short supply. Even when the industry wasn’t as ‘legal’, there were still plenty of cannabis apps on multiple devices. Now that the market has matured, there is a clamoring for useful software to make the high life more comfortable. To make sure you don’t download a bogus app full of spyware and ads, choose from any of the seven on this list. They are the top weed
As the largest cannabis website in the world, it was only natural that Leafly would begin to incorporate their own app. The big surprise is that the app is actually useful, and not a buggy piece of crap. The app has over forty-million views when you include the website, so it is easily the most populated app on the list. With Leafly you can search for cannabis according to medical use (strain explorer), find dispensaries based on zipcodes (dispensary locator) and get in-depth reviews of all strains. The app for Leafly is a much more convenient way to scroll through the site on a smaller screen.
There are not a lot of words that can describe HighThere! accurately- at least not without laughing. The app is considered the ‘Tinder’ of weed apps, and well that is exactly what it is. HighThere! is the best way to hook up with someone that shares your cannabis interests. Surprisingly, it is quite active, so finding a hookup can be done quickly. It is a safe and secure way to connect with people, and things like messaging aren’t gated behind a paywall. The core of the HighThere! community is about not getting paired up with someone that is anti-weed. After looking at other dating apps, HighThere! seems like a necessary social media experiment to keep people in safe spaces. Even if you’re not looking for a date, hang out partners and friendship is a click away.
I’m always a bit weird about using things that don’t have a Wikipedia entry. GrowBuddy is one of those apps, and it was worth the risk. The slogan ‘Built for growers, by growers’ is the perfect way to describe its usefulness. Growbuddy functions as a marijuana grow journal app for beginner and intermediate growers. There are even professional features for expert growers, making this a well-rounded app. Growbuddy also has a built-in marketplace for all of the latest weed news, including a case files section that answers the most common questions. Growbuddy will be your best friend if you want the best growth possible. Here’s to hoping it gets more recognition in 2019!
If you have an ID, then cannabis delivery is the way of the future. Eaze is without a doubt the
Have you ever used Yelp? Well, welcome to Weedmaps, which has all of the information of Yelp but none of the backhanded charm. Weedmaps is a reliable source of information to review, discuss and recommend cannabis strains and dispensaries. The database is constantly growing and is quite formidable when compared to the others on the list. It is also important to note that Chris Beals is the president of the company. If you’ve never heard of him, look the guy up- this guy weeds. Weedmaps is an important part of the community due to their past efforts of aiding in the legalization of cannabis. By supporting Weedmaps, you are supporting a company that believes in the cause. Wait, there is still a cause?
Fans of Muncheez are either lovers of middle eastern cuisine or like to get high. Or both. For those interested in the Muncheez app, it serves worldwide and is quite strong in Canada. The legal cannabis marketplace is strong in this one and may have results missing from other search engines. Although it lacks the polish of Leafly and Eaze, Muncheez is a goldmine waiting to be tapped. When deals show up, they are mostly exclusive to the app. And for the most part, they do a solid job of keeping up with news in the industry. But for pure search engine power of the weed products from trusted dispensaries, this is a highly recommended app.
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