World Cannabis Week » April 19th - April 23rd, 2017

There’s an app for THAT? Weed vacations now come with digital assistants in everything from dating to dispensaries. Yes, we’ve now entered the age where cannabis is right at home on your device, whether you’re using Android or Apple. Which ones are legit and which are more like brick weed? Check out our list below.

High There

Available: AppStore, Google Play
Price: Free

For those looking for love that’s 420 friendly, the new High There app has you covered. It’s been called the “Tindr for Stoners”, a place for those who aren’t interested in hiding the fact that they like long walks on the beach with a little sativa, too. Fill out a profile that describes how you use cannabis, upload a picture, then get started swiping. While interest options include things most people are fans of – like food or music – the mood area let’s you decide if you’d like to go out, stay in, or chat. And really, it’s like a lot of dating apps: the pictures are the most important part. Even if your eyes are a little red.

MassRoots

Available: AppStore, Google Play
Price: Free

Looking for a place to share that picture of your perfectly rolled doobie? Facebook is filled with family and co-workers, so try MassRoots, a Colorado-based company that loves seeing what you’re up to when it comes to herb. This photo-based app mainly consists of people rolling, smoking, or showing off recent purchases. Build up a friends list so you can keep track of your friends, or browse all of MassRoots – either locally or globally – and watch the myriad ways people consume. Recently banned from the AppStore, they’ve made a triumphant return that shocked many in the industry who thought they were done for good. Pro tip: make sure your hashtag game is on point to pick up the most followers, or “buds”.

Weed Tycoon

Available: AppStore, Google Play
Price: Free (basic), $2.99 (pro)

One of the most successful games on the market, Weed Tycoon picks up where Pot Farm (Facebook only) leaves off, with users building their own hempire out of sticks and stems. You’re in charge of the fictional city, from breaking ground on lucrative farms to creating dispensaries to sell the product at. The biggest challenge: not spending any money while waiting for free elements to finish building. There’s worse ways to waste your time, sure, but the popularity of Weed Tycoon leaves us baffled. Most people would be better off researching how to run an actual business instead of blowing hour after hour on a fictional farm.

Leafly/WeedMaps

Available: AppStore, Google Play
Price: Free

Finding a dispensary has never been easier. In Denver, they’re more abundant than Starbucks locations. For those looking for GPS tips, Leafly and WeedMaps can point you to the closest shop. WeedMaps, the more popular of the two, has a great “Deals” tab that shows you where the bargains are at and live menus to eliminate the guesswork. Leafly, on the other hand, is much more strain focused and is an excellent resource for those who may not know a ton about what type of marijuana they’d like to purchase. Either way, both feature reviews from actual visitors and plenty of info for those touring Colorado with pot in mind.

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