Marijua-know: The Best Cannabis Apps You Can Download Today

So far this year, the cannabis industry has contributed $52 billion in sales to the U.S. economy.

On top of that, its job growth has increased by an astounding 76%.

It’s showing no signs of slowing down, either.

So, how can you best navigate the world of marijuana?  

We have one great solution to propose—cannabis apps.

These phone apps are great for increasing your marijuana know-how. They can lead you to all the best head shops and dispensaries; they connect you with weed delivery services, and they can help you become a great grower. Some can even help you identify certain strains.

But which are the best?

Keep reading to find out!

1. Weedmaps

Weedmaps is arguably the king or queen of all cannabis apps.

Since 2008, it’s connected cannabis consumers, retailers, doctors, and brands to everything they need.

Whether that’s the nearest dispensary with good deals or head shop for a go-to spoon pipe, Weedmaps is an incredible source of information.

If you’re a future cannabis store owner, you can advertise on Weedmaps for free. And if you’re simply a user, you can leave reviews, check out testimonials from fellow like-minded people, and become educated on ‘all things cannabis.’

2. Leafly

Leafly is a leading resource for all things marijuana.

And now, you can forgo the website and check things out right on your smartphone through their free app.

Their app is coordinated by color and shape to bring you directly to what you’re looking for.

For example, if you’re on the hunt for THC, look for the diamond shape. The longer the shape, the higher the percentage. If you’re looking for strictly CBD, look for the circle⁠—the bigger the circle, the more CBD.

Additionally, everything’s separated by color. 

Each color represents a different terpene⁠—which influences taste, aroma, and feeling.

With these shape and color coordinates, there’s no room for confusion. Leafly has made the hunt as easy as possible.

3. Tokr

Don’t feel like getting off the couch to get your THC fix?

Don’t worry. You can use the Uber of cannabis apps: Tokr!

They’ll either deliver marijuana right to you (in states where it’s legal, of course), or they’ll ship CBD to you nationwide.

In addition to flower, they offer balms, soaps, tinctures, transdermal patches, and more.

The various products provided give you an array of options.

4. SimLeaf

Did you ever love playing Sims as a kid?

Now that you’ve grown up a bit, you can still play Sims⁠—with a marijuana theme.

This 3D app allows you to simulate marijuana growing. If you’re considering growing, you can practice here first. That way, you’re troubleshooting errors in the app, not in real life with precious, expensive product.

And it’s accurate, too.

SimLeaf includes lessons in under- and over-watering, balancing your pH level, trimming the leaves, and more. Are your nutrition levels accurate? What’s the genetic information of the particular strain?

If you’ve ever thought about growing, do a test run on this app.

5. Releaf

If you enjoy marijuana, but you’re getting a little burnt out (no pun intended) or overwhelmed, Releaf can help you get back in check.

This app helps you track, learn from, and improve your use of both cannabis and CBD. It helps you understand proper dosages, methods of ingestion, and how to make these work for you. 

How does it do this?

First, you track real-time experiences with either CBD or THC or both. You can list where you got the product from, why you’re using it, how you’re using it, and what symptoms appeared as a result.

Releaf then compiles this information over time and offers reports.

These reports can help you choose your next treatment, provider, or absorption tactic. You can even share this information with your doctor, friends, or loved ones. 

The more information you enter into the app, the more intelligent the reports you get.

6. GrowBuddy

This cannabis app was built ‘by growers, for growers.’

First, the app keeps you anonymous, so there’s no fear of security issues.

Next, it provides case files, a Grow Buddy (hence the name), and a grow journal. All these combined allow you to track your progress or mistakes in the name of marijuana growing.

From seeds, to propogation, to lights and pesticides, GrowBuddy covers every area in the world of growing. Then, it takes everything you’re doing and offers valuable insight in return, so you can learn what’s working (and what’s not).

Prepare to grow your knowledge and your bud collection with this great app.

7. MassRoots

MassRoots is perhaps the most social of all the cannabis apps.

If you simply want to join a community of like-minded people, MassRoots is the app for you. It can connect you to fellow tokers or growers locally or globally, depending on your preference.

Whatever option you choose, there are 1,000,000+ consumers already using the app. You can connect, pick their brains, discuss favorite strains, and more.

8. Eaze

Eaze is another cannabis app that solves the whole “I don’t want to get up to get my THC” dilemma.

With Eaze, you can get either CBD or THC delivered to you same-day. It’s the Lyft of cannabis apps!

Right now, Eaze is only driving marijuana to consumers in California and Oregon. But they’ll ship CBD almost anywhere. Or, if you live in one of those two states, you could even apply to be a driver!

Through Eaze, you can order flower, joints, gummies, and an array of other THC and CBD products.

Eaze is safe, convenient, and a revolution in the world of marijuana.

Download These Cannabis Apps Today!

Whether you’re an iPhone or Android user doesn’t matter.

These cannabis apps all have one thing in common—they allow us to navigate the many levels of marijuana in a smart manner. Whether you’re a future cannabis business owner or a first-time toker, these apps can lead you in the right direction. 

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