From pot-centric dating apps to mandala coloring books, here are 7 fun apps that are great for the cannabis lifestyle!
High There!: High There! is Tinder for stoners. With High There!, you can stop adding “420-friendly” or a Grateful Dead lyric to your dating profile to try and attract the sexy single stoners in your area. With High There!, we can’t promise the end of awkward first dates, but we can promise whoever you go out with will have herb on hand to get you through dreadful small talk.
Mind Wave 2: An updated version of the original, Mind Wave 2 is a health app that plays isochoric tones, meant to temporarily alter brain waves and induce a variety of desired effects, such as stimulating creativity or reducing anxiety. While it’s not fully understood how the tones work, it’s still super fun to play around with. I recommend the neuro-release tone under sounds of rain for sleep.
Neko Atsume: Cannabis may not be addicting, but this feline-themed game (the name is Japanese for "cat collector") sure is. Cats visit you and leave you fish presents; then you use the fish to buy the kitties toys. Different toys attract different kitties, including rare ones like Mr. Meowgi. Try and collect all 49! I renamed some of my cats after weed strains; Skywalker is currently chilling on the cat metropolis I saved up for.
Bands in Town: Getting stoned and fucking around on your phone is a dope way to kill time, but sometimes it’s good to get up and interact with the three dimensional world—especially if music is involved. With Bands in Town, you can follow all your favorite artists and receive alerts as soon as they schedule a show in your hometown.
Secret Language: Secret Language is a horoscope app, but it's a creepily accurate and detailed one that will freak you the fuck out. Mine was spot-on for observing that my friend turned boyfriend make a better lover than friend, and predicts I’ll eventually ditch city living and social media to throw off all my clothes and live with nature.
Beatwave: When you’re stoned, sometimes you just want to pick up a guitar and strum, without a song in mind. But what if you don't have a guitar, and all that's available is your iPhone? With Beatwave, all you have to do it sit back, push some buttons, and allow the power of Mary Jane to speak through your fingers as you create some truly trippy beats.
Colorfly: I thought the idea of using adult coloring books as a mindfulness tool sounded silly until I downloaded this coloring book app. Now, if you're stoned and stuck on the subway, you can color in a beta fish so pretty you’ll want to print it out and send to your mom to stick on her refrigerator.