google play

U.S.: Nestdrop Expands Its Medical Marijuana Delivery Service Throughout West Coast

NestdropCofounderMichaelPycher[TechCrunch]

New markets include Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, San Diego and more; new mobile web store available for Apple customers

The technology company behind the first in-App, on-demand medical marijuana service, Nestdrop is expanding throughout the West Coast to new markets in California, Oregon, and Washington. Major cities that will now have Nestdrop’s communication platform include Seattle, Portland and San Francisco, with additional cities like San Diego and more being available to service patients in the near future.

The expansion makes Nestdrop the only marijuana delivery service currently operating across multiple states, reports Sarah Buhr at TechCrunch.

"Well folks, it's been a long few months of teamwork, research, energy & persistence," Nestrop's Facebook page posted on Wednesday. "But we're proud to announce Nestdrop #medicalmarijuana is finally live & ready to deliver smiles in major cities up & down the coast! :-)"

“It’s kind of funny," said Nestdrop cofounder Michael Pycher. "Our competitors probably thought we were dead and that’s what we wanted them to think while we were going about this other option.”

iPhone users can text “smile” to 27126 to have the app sent to their device and Android users can download the app on Google Play.

U.S.: New Marijuana Industry App Launched By Weed Depot

WeedDepot(logo)

Weed Depot has launched its new marijuana industry app that it says allows users to access its huge database of marijuana strains, dispensaries, doctors, head shops, and more.

Weed Depot said its app "makes it possible for users to easily find all sorts of marijuana-related information from any mobile device." The app also consists of listings for national and international businesses that operate in the legal (medical and recreational) marijuana industry.

A Weed Depot spokesperson said that they are “working to develop even more functionality and information into the app in the future” so that it becomes the “go-to app for anything marijuana-related.” They want the app to become “the world’s destination for marijuana information.”

The company plans to incorporate a marijuana jobs section, marijuana press releases section, marijuana-infused recipes section, and more into the app.

Businesses can get listed on the Weed Depot app and website for under $200 per month, according to the company. Weed Depot and its sister businesses, listed on The Marijuana Companies’ website (www.TheMarijuanaCompanies.com), in the marijuana industry help to make it one of the largest marijuana industry advertising network platforms currently available.

The Weed Depot app can be downloaded for free on Google Play and on the iTunes App Store.

Weed Depot is owned and operated by Northsight Capital, Inc. (OTCBB: NCAP).

U.S.: Marijuana Business News App Debuts On Google Play

Ganjapreneur(HorizLogo)

For anyone considering going into business in the legal cannabis industry, a new free tool has arrived to the Google Play marketplace designed to make it easier to keep informed about industry news and developments. Ganjapreneur, a cannabis industry business news and culture website, has recently launched a mobile app designed to keep aspiring "ganjapreneurs," or marijuana entrepreneurs, up to date about the latest headlines and happenings that are relevant to the growth of the industry.

The app is broken down into several sections, including a news feed with categories such as "Business" and "Politics," a job feed which aggregates employment opportunities from several online cannabis industry job boards on a daily basis, and a section that features interviews with prominent business owners and investors who are already operational with their endeavors in the marijuana industry. While cannabis enthusiasts who use Android devices may download the app in its current form, iPhone users will have a similar opportunity in the near future: Ganjapreneur has put up a notification that the app will also soon be available in the Apple App Store.

Syndicate content