Looking for a little help in how you get high? Here in the Mile High City, we’re five years into the legalization of adult-use recreational marijuana, so of course, there’s an app for that.
Despite the wild discrepancies in marijuana laws from state to state, a slew of new mobile applications are built specifically for consumers to offer everything from social networking and strain reviews to dispensary locators and advance ordering online.
It’s worth noting that Apple’s App Store bans “facilitating the sale of marijuana, tobacco or controlled substances” or “encourag(ing) consumption of tobacco products, illegal drugs or excessive amounts of alcohol.” It has banned marijuana-related apps in the past, although it has since lightened up. Google Play recently banned apps that “facilitate” the sale of marijuana, but is working with cannabis-centric developers on compliance.