But, he says, bringing the app to a new state is a simple as "flipping a switch." The company also plans to expand to Canada and other countries as they change their laws.The free app is available on Android and will be rolling out to Apple's App Store in the coming days.
“She lives near me but we wouldn’t know about our shared medical marijuana use if we hadn’t connected on the site because no one discusses pot smoking in my circles,” he said.
Larry's go-to website, with nearly 23,000 members, was the brainchild of 28-year-old California entrepreneur and self-described stoner Ryan Moxon of Marin County. West Coast but also includes international smokers and has ballooned since voters in Washington state and Colorado opted to legalize recreational marijuana use in 2012.
High There CEO Todd Mitchem says he was inspired to create the app after a date he was on abruptly ended when his dinner companion found out he smoked pot.
"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.
There's a new dating app from a man from Potomac, Md. I'm not opposed to people doing what they want to do but for me, cigarettes, pot, I don't to smell like smoke," she said.
for people who like a little bit of reefer with their romance. has a dating survey from 2015 that says 70% of all singles say pot smoking is a turn off.
About three years ago he dreamed up the idea for the site while yearning for the girl of his dreams: one who smokes pot. Voters in Oregon, Alaska and the District of Columbia will vote in November on the issue, and the New York Times in July called for the repeal of the federal ban on marijuana for those over the age of 21.
“It’s suddenly much cooler to come out as a toker,” Moxon said of his site, which he says eliminates awkwardness about smoking.
He notes High There can also act as a kind of social network for smokers who are seeking recommendations on local dispensaries, to share tips or just make friends with other like-minded folks.