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The Best Free Apps for Cannabis Users

As cannabis slowly becomes more mainstream, the app building community has followed suit, creating new apps for your smartphone. The following apps are free (except for one) and available on iOS and Android.

Basically Uber Eats for weed, Eaze will deliver cannabis right to your doorstep in about 15 minutes just by hitting a few buttons on your smartphone. They are currently operating in several counties in California.

MassRoots

MassRoots is the largest social network designed specifically for stoners with about 900,000 users and growing. The app lets you rate and recommend strains, read info and reviews, and see what your friends (called “buds” in the app) are posting.

Weedmaps

So you’re in a new city and you have no idea where the dispensaries are. Luckily, you’re smart and downloaded Weedmaps which tells you where the nearest dispensaries are. You can also browse menus and strains so that you find exactly what you’re looking for.

Weed Cookbook

If you enjoy cooking with marijuana, Weed Cookbook is about as good as it gets. Although this app does cost $1, it has tons of recipes and more are added regularly to keep you inspired in the kitchen. It’s the only cannabis recipe app available on the market right now.

GrowBuddy

For anyone planning on growing their own cannabis plants, GrowBuddy is a must have. GrowBuddy helps you make sure that you’re doing all the right things and helps you keep track of feeding and watering so that you end up with beautiful THC-laden buds.

Seamless

This app is a godsend if you have the munchies. Seamless will deliver anything your stomach desires right to your doorstep. Yes, this app SEAMS too good to be true, but it’s not. And we’re not sorry about the pun, either.

Get with the program – or, more accurately, get with the application. There are way more weed related smartphone apps than are listed above but these are some of our favorites. Check them out to see what technology has in store for stoners.

As marijuana slowly becomes more mainstream, the app building community has followed suit, creating new apps for your smartphone to enhance the experience.

The Weed Cookbook App Has Recipes for All Meals (Psychedelic Graphics Included)

With marijuana laws mellowing, the era of weed cookbook apps is ready to catch fire.

Now that recreational marijuana has been legalized in Colorado and Washington state, there will undoubtedly be a growing, albeit very relaxed, number of consumers looking to turn their culinary impulses toward cannabis. And while there are already many decent print cookbooks on the topic (marketed toward those who legally purchase medical marijuana), the world of ganja cooking apps is still in a haze, awaiting legitimacy.

The Weed Cookbook app, 99 cents for Android devices from 619Apps.com, is as good as any currently on the market. The psychedelic graphics are kept relatively in-check, and the more than 40 recipes are divided into four simple sections: drinks, meals, snacks, and sweets. Especially sweets. Besides the predictable brownie options, there are bud Rice Krispie treats, stonies fudge, and baked apples stuffed with cinnamon and you-know-what. The chill tone of the anonymous author(s) comes through in the directions for making a canna-coffee milkshake: “If you have the time, finely chop your cannabis and let it sit overnight in milk.”

The key to creating a meal that will give you the munchies, while not causing you to pass out, is to first prepare a batch of grass-infused butter. This not only allows for easier measurement, it ensures that the all-important and psychoactive Tetrahydrocannabinol blends evenly into the dish. Thus, the app contains a section devoted to the proper concocting of ganja butter, cannabis ghee and hempy oil. With those on hand, savory dishes like green eggs & ham are a breeze. Indeed, some users may find some dishes too breezy. Easy Mac & Cheese, for instance, calls for π cup milk, 3 tablespoons of cannabutter, and one box of Kraft macaroni & cheese.

With marijuana laws mellowing, weed cookbook apps are ready to catch fire. ]]>