4 Apps To Celebrate 4/20 With

Today is a special day in the calendar of any Marijuana afficionado. We bring you some apps to help enjoy the day.

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Regardless of how you plan to celebrate 4/20, whether with ice cream or sharwarma, or a trip to your ‘spot’, your smartphone may be able to offer a little extra assistance.

Connecting with like-minded people, looking for stronger ‘stuff’? These apps may help you get everything you need today.

Duby.

Duby is an anonymous social network that functions around sharing your weed-fueled experiences. Users can share photos, video or text posts which are called “Dubys”.

When you receive a “duby”, you can choose to “pass it on” or “put it out”. The idea is to make your post go as viral as possible, which increases your score and allows you to share with more people.

This app is free and available on iOS.

HighThere.

This application is like Tinder, but for smokers. The dating app was created by a man in Colorado who was inspired by rejection – his date had walked out on him when she found out he was a smoker.

Now, while other dating apps may match you with people based on your location or answers to a questionnaire, HighThere matches people based on their smoking preferences. I

It also takes your energy levels when your high into consideration so sleepy people don’t get paired with adventure loving smokers.

This app is free and available on iOS and Android.

Leafly.

Leafly aims to be your one-stop shop for all things pot. The app focuses on identifying various strains of Marijuana and their subsequent applications with detailed reviews of their respective effects.

It also provides information on Marijuana research and legalization efforts.

This app is free and available on iOS and Android.

MassRoots.

This is a “semi-anonymous” social network aimed at connecting smokers. Users of the app can share brief status updates and photos with others in the community.

Add hashtags to your posts to make them easier to find or follow other users for updates.

It is also free on iOS and Android.

Some of these apps may not be available on the African continent but you can bet that they are fun.

Enjoy!

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