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Ultimate Weed Trivia gives you three lives at the outset, and you’ll lose a life for every incorrect answer. It’s set up as a system of levels going from 1-100; if you do lose all your lives, you’ll have to restart from the beginning, but all the questions will be exactly the same the second time round so it should be no problem to progress up the levels.

We haven’t listed many cannabis games here, for the simple reason that we haven’t found many we like! But Hemp Inc is a little different. First, they are very proactive about promoting the cannabis activist group NORML, and their stated aim is to “speed up cannabis legalization”.

Growtronix is a heavy hitter on the cannabis apps market – and really, it’s in a whole other class. It’s not available on standard app stores, meaning that you have to contact the maker directly to get hold of it.

Growtronix

simLeaf is available on iOS for $1.99.

The basic app is full of features as it comes, but there are also various extras that can be purchased to make the process even more involving – such as extra strains and advanced grow techniques and equipment. It’s aimed more at the novice grower, and could be a useful way to learn what’s required before ever even putting a seed into soil.

For example, users that describe themselves as high-energy are less likely to be paired with low-energy dates (this is based on stated preference for sativa, indica – or both, which gets you classed as “medium-energy”). People that prefer vaping may be matched with other vapers in preference to smokers or lovers of munching edibles.

There are thousands, if not tens of thousands of cannabis-related apps available today for use on smartphones and tablets. Many of them are buggy, poor imitations of better products, or just downright useless! But there are some incredibly useful and valuable apps if you know where to look – so let’s see what we can find.

Available on Android and iO S, SuperGreenLab enables growers to turn cardboard boxes, cupboards, and spare furniture into covert growing spaces. SuperGreenLab removes the need for large tents and complex hardware, replacing them with inexpensive yet effective alternatives.

The app works in synergy with hardware bundles and allows cultivators to monitor their enclosed grow from a distance. Use the SuperGreenLab app to keep tabs on stats such as temperature, humidity, and ventilation, and set up reminders to help you remember to feed and water your plants.

The Cannabis Legendz Cookbook is a great smartphone app for all of the budding weed chefs out there. Getting creative with cannabis in the kitchen is a fun and creative pastime, but it’s easy to run out of ideas. This app will keep your creative flow running, providing scores of recipes that are both sweet and savoury. Use the app to whip up a batch of sweets such as brownies or cakes, or plan an entire three-course meal before inviting over a bunch of grateful stoner friends. The cookbook offers recipes for tea, pizza, spaghetti, and much more.

10. GROWBUDDY

MassRoots is a social media app designed entirely for the sharing of cannabis-related content. The app allows users to read and share content regarding cannabis news, pictures, videos, and blog style posts. Sometimes, sharing your passion for cannabis among your friends and family on social media doesn’t seem appropriate. This is where MassRoots comes in. Share pictures of your latest grow and the last joint you rolled in the company of over 1 million other cannabis enthusiasts, and gain inspiration from a constant feed of similar content too. The main idea behind the platform is for users to share medical information about cannabis strains. The sleek Instagram-like aesthetic of the platform makes it easy to navigate, and users can easily find information about strains they are looking for using the search tools.

Leafly is available on both iOS and Android devices.

Unfortunately, GrowBuddy is currently unavailable for iOS and Android users, but the programmers are working fast and hard to fix this. But the good news is, they are already developing the updated version GrowBuddy 2.0, with even more features and a fresh new look.

Weedmaps also boasts a large community of users that provide product reviews and photos regarding a wide range of products, further helping you decide if a listing is right for you. You can also use the app to find cannabis delivery services if you are lucky enough to live in a region where such a service is legal.