Like other dating apps, users create profiles and swipe through potential matches nearby.
But High There is optimized to match people based on their preferences for consuming marijuana.
If a user prefers vaping over smoking, for example, the app is likely to match him with others nearby who also vape.
Another key aspect is specifying your energy level when you're high; that way, low-energy couch potatoes won't be paired with energetic explorers.
, a mobile dating app that looks a lot like Tinder.
"We wanted to build a cool piece of technology that solved the problem of where do million and millions of cannabis consumers go to meet people, connect with people and build relationships," Mitchem told It's so much bigger." Even though states are increasingly recognizing the need for medicinal pot, Mitchem says it's still very much a taboo topic in many communities.
They smoke weed, consume cannabis and have made it a national pot smoking day.
In 2012, voters in Colorado and Washington passed a historic initiative state law to legalize cannabis, making them the only 420-friendly states for now; while at the same time, opened the door to 420-friendly business entrepreneurs, creating new 420 friendly jobs.
app is described as the world’s first global social network of cannabis enthusiasts.
Users share their interests (left) and energy levels when using cannabis (right) as part of their profile The app quickly became popular in New York, California and Colorado, with 41,000 downloads in the first six weeks and it’s expected to a hit in the Netherlands, Spain, England and Australia, Forbes reported. first launched two months ago, it could only be downloaded by users in the US who live in states that have legalised cannabis (a joint is pictured) but a global version was rolled out yesterday'Due in part to their small body size, dogs and cats can take advantage of small amounts of CBD, THC and other cannabinoids found in hemp and can therefore reap the benefits of this great plant,' the firm said.'We are not interested in, nor are we advocating the administration of, the well-known psychotropic compound THC, in concentrations sufficient to produce the 'high' or psychotropic effects which are normally associated with marijuana. blog, he said: ‘This news was a surprise, but the allowance was made because we are a responsible social network and because we focus on building connections rather than just showing off your weed.’ He’s a former Chief Revenue Officer of hash oil maker, VAPE and says that 12 million people use some form of the drug, meaning that there is a real opportunity to connect users on a social network.