Marijuana is becoming much more mainstream, and app developers have been ready. Lots of mobile apps already exist for locating weed, learning how to grow, and to connect you with other cannabis enthusiasts. The following is a list of 15 of the best weed-related apps on the market.
Basically: Google Maps for dispensaries
Weedmaps points out the nearest dispensaries within your area, along with reviews and lists of strains and products currently available at each location. You can also search by brand, product, and more. Weedmaps additionally offers content like full-length documentaries, how-to’s, and more on their Weedmaps TV channel.
Basically: The Wikipedia of Weed
Leafly maintains a database of known weed strains available in US dispensaries, as well as keeping you up-to-date on the latest cannabis news. It provides information on each strain, like the parent strains, reviews from other users, and offers a profile of the effects that can be expected from consuming the strain.
If you’re looking for something that will specifically relax you or energize you, Leafly can be helpful in finding the perfect strain for you. Patients, recreational users, and growers can leave reviews of strains, dispensaries, and more.
If you’re an MMJ patient, this app can tell you which strains have worked for other people who share your ailment or condition.
Basically: A munchies delivery service
Seamless allows hungry stoners to order any snack, meal, or grocery item they want, and have it delivered to their door within minutes. Delivery options are dependent on your location and whether restaurants/stores in your area have joined Seamless, but users can expect continued expansion as this app keeps growing.
4. High There!
Basically: Tinder for stoners
Aptly billed within the cannabis community as the Tinder for weed enthusiasts, High There! is a location-based dating app. Users are matched by location and a set of variables based around likes and dislikes, and are offered the ability to swipe left and right to select/reject.
Users can indicate whether they’re more high or low-energy based on preference of sativa or indica (or both, which is classified as “medium-energy”). People who prefer vaping would be matched with other vapers, or you could be matched with others who prefer eating edibles.
Also included are a set of lifestyle/activity options like Outdoors, Culture, and Food, to add an additional layer of common interest to match-ups.
If you’ve been finding that your interest in weed seems to be a deal-breaker on regular dating apps, High There! may be just what you need.
Basically: Stoner social network
Duby offers a “safe space” to share your cannabis-related activities and connect with fellow enthusiasts. This network allows you to post your photos and videos anonymously and connects you with other users via private messages.
Duby isn’t promoted as a dating app, however a swipe right/left functionality exists for the uploaded photos and videos posted within the community.
Basically: The Instagram of weed
MassRoots allows you to create a profile and browse through “thousands of photos and videos of beautiful nugs and glassware from all over the planet.” This app provides cannabis-related content local to your area, or you can see everything with a “global” view.
Basically: Twitter for tokers
MJ provides cannabis news and reviews in a streamlined manner, similar to Twitter. Users are consistently updated on legal, cultural, and political stories from both national and international news sources. This app also includes reviews and stories provided by other users.
Basically: A personalized cannabis experience
tökr helps users find brands and products that can assist in enhancing their cannabis experience. This app provides information on the right products for sleep, relief from pain, exercise, sex, and more.
tökr aims to provide a safe, consistent experience, and therefore only work with legal, licensed brands, and helps users locate those brands at state-licensed nearby dispensaries.
Basically: MyFitnessPal for MMJ patients
Releaf helps users track their usage regarding the ailments they may suffer from. This app allows you to record the equipment you use, the dispensaries you purchase from, and tracks your experiences being high. It then reports on what works best for you.
Releaf is especially helpful for those who want to track which strains do what to them, and how each method affects them differently.
10. Weed Scale 4.20
Basically: Turns your phone into a weed scale
Weed Scale 4.20 was developed to ensure you’re not getting cheated by your supplier, according to its creators. A slight catch is that it works best for a range of 1-5g, so if you’re weighing all your stock, it may take a little time and involve some extra math.
Android: APK Only
Basically: A stoner sobriety test
My Canary was designed and is promoted by NORML, a cannabis activist group. This app will assist in assessing your level of inebriation, and let you know whether you are fit to drive.
My Canary takes you through a series of sobriety tests, based on methods that have been used by law enforcement for decades. Tests like the ability to balance on one foot, memorize numbers, and estimate time spans. The results will give you a red, yellow, or green light, meaning stoned, semi-sober, or sober.
This app can’t prevent you from driving, but it can help you make the right decision.
Basically: A virtual growing assistant
GrowBuddy’s phone app is a companion app to more powerful desktop and tablet software. This app allows you to record data on the feedings for a single plant or multiple crops.
This app tracks and monitors the progress of your plants and provides a strain-by-strain guide on how to care for your plant, like nutrients, light, and water needed. You’re also able to connect with other growers who may have similar growing experiences. Even better: GrowBuddy is anonymous and encrypted.
Basically: Tamagotchi for tokers
simLeaf is a comprehensive grow simulator with adjustable settings and variables. Users choose the strain, decide lamp wattage, adjust pH and nutrient regimes, and more. Users must ensure each one of their plant’s needs are met, as they will die if not taken care of properly. This app is targeted for a more novice user base as it could be useful in learning what’s required to take care of a plant in real life.
Basically: Toker Trivial Pursuit
Ultimate Weed Trivia serves as both a game and an educational app for marijuana enthusiasts. This app asks questions about all things weed, from pop-culture references, the science behind it, 4/20, and more. Different levels of difficulty are offered, and you can challenge your friends to beat your high score.
15. Hemp Inc
Basically: Farmville for weed fans
Hemp Inc allows you to manage all aspects of running a weed empire. You can grow and sell up to twenty different strains, purchase property to expand, and more. Celebrity cameos include Jimi Hendrix, Snoop Dogg, and Tommy Chong, who you can interact with and even sell weed to.
The creators of this app have been proactive about promoting NORML, and their goal is to “speed up cannabis legalization.”