The widespread smartphone usage that began in the 2010s has changed the way we do things forever.  Convenience, efficiency, and quick service are now more important than ever. The internet and smartphones have made this possible. In large cities now, most everything can be done through an. Whatever you need, there’s an app for it.

Uber Eats, GrubHub and of course Postmates are just a few big names in the landscape of on-demand delivery. Technology is changing how people get what they want. And with the advancements in technology, we get StoneyApp: the Amazon of weed. That’s right, people. There’s now a delivery app for weed.

 

In the US, many eyes have been on the emerging legal marijuana market. After seeing booms in economic activity for states arriving early in the game, such as Washington and Colorado, the industry has been blossoming in the California.

Recent staples of the industry, such as Leafly and Weedmaps, prove to be great for finding local legal marijuana dispensaries. These location-centered apps are being used in the same sense that just about everybody uses Yelp. But where is the solution for real-time on-demand delivery?

Enter StoneyApp: the Amazon of weed.

StoneyApp: The Amazon of Weed

Placing an order couldn’t be easier, as StoneyApp is pretty much like any e-commerce experience. After browsing, just add to your cart and complete the order. With real-time delivery tracking, you can know the details of your order while it’s on the way.

But fair warning: you might find yourself getting lost in the website’s enticing and extensive menu.

The menu offers different categories, from vapes to CBD and from concentrates to your classic joint. Edibles, pre-rolls, accessories, and more are also available for purchase.

Akhil was raised by movies, television, and the internet. A never-ending source of absolutely useless information. He would tell you more, but he was distracted by something shiny

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