6 iPhone apps every stoner needs on 4/20

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Now that marijuana is  legal in many spots around the U.S., pot apps abound.
Now that marijuana is legal in many spots around the U.S., pot apps abound.
Photo: Rob LeFebvre/Cult of Mac

Happy weed day!

Cannabis lovers across the U.S. are busy ditching work to spend some quality time with their bongs today in honor of the number all potheads hold dear: 420.

Buying marijuana has never been easier, thanks to the 2016 elections: Six new states approved measures for recreational or medical marijuana use. Getting into the weed scene is super-easy, too, thanks to a batch of quality apps that help stoners find weed, grow weed and meet other people who love weed.

Grab these pot apps for a great 4/20.

Marijuana apps

Leafly

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Find cheap weed fast with Leafly.
Photo: Leafly

Many apps will help you find local dispensaries, but Leafly is the best. By pulling up Leafly’s map feature, you can peruse the menu of local shops to see who offers the best prices and deals. You can also look up individual weed strains for info on whether they are sativa, indica or hybrid. The review system also lets users share how a particular pot strain effected them.

Get from: App Store

High There!

hi there app
Find BUDdies with High There!
Photo: HiThere

Want to meet green-friendly folks without sparking up a blunt in the park and seeing who it attracts? Try High There! It’s basically Tinder for potheads, only you can also seek out baking buddies of the same gender to enjoy some dank with. High There! is available on the App Store for free.

Get from: App Store

Eaze

Getting your weed card is now as easy as making a Skype call. As long as you live in California, you can download Eaze’s iOS app to get your medical marijuana doctor’s consultation via video call. It just costs $29, and you’ll be on your way to legal toking.

Along with helping you get your weed card, Eaze will deliver weed to your door. The Eaze store sells a wide selection of vaporizers, edibles, pre-rolls, flower, concentrates and more. All of it can be delivered the same day you order.

Get from: App Store

WeGrow

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WeGrow helps iPhone users grow great bud.
Photo: WeGrow

Cannabis lovers wanting to test their green thumbs should download WeGrow. The simple app acts like your personal weed-growing coach as it takes you through every step of the process. WeGrow helps you keep tabs on the five essential measurements for cannabis: light, carbon dioxide (CO2), nutrients, water and temperature. The app also helps you optimize those five essential ingredients specific to the strain you’re growing.

Get from: App Store

MassRoots

MassRoots is like the Instagram of the stoner world. It’s got a well-designed interface and a ton of users, and its focus on photos lets you browse through local weed lovers’ stashes quickly and easily. Just “like” a photo to connect to the person who took it, and you’ll be hanging with your “buds” in no time.

Get from: App Store

Weed Wallpapers HD

You’re not a true stoner until a Rastafari wallpaper graces your iPhone. Even if it’s just for one day, Weed Wallpapers HD will help you celebrate your love of bud with its wide variety of marijuana photos, red-green-and-yellow Rasta images and inspirational ganja quotes.

Get from: App Store

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  • Mr. Lucas Brice

    Obviously there’s no editor here to inform you, so I will. You should have written this article without using offensive terms like “pothead” and “stoner.” Would you refer to a beer drinker as a “drunk” or a wine drinker as a “wino”? Of course not. Yet you and whoever is responsible for Cult of Mac believes it’s ok to use derisive terms to refer to people who use cannabis, many of whom have an Rx from a doctor and use it for medical reasons to treat conditions that range from cerebral palsy to cancer. But you have to resort to using “pothead.” Har har.

    • jennyzeroo

      Easy delicate snowflake. Nothing wrong with having a backbone. This “offensive” crap is the REAL offense. Ruining society. Building a nation of p…..ies.

      The terms are completely correct, anyway. People who smoke pot ARE potheads and stoners. Just ask them.

      • Mr. Lucas Brice

        “Delicate snowflake?” That term is reserved for millenials on college campuses who need their safe spaces. Thanks for the life lesson, troll.

    • BusterH

      i smoke weed. I am not offended by the author calling me a stoner or pothead. Oh wait, I am the author….