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This article was published on November 13, 2015


Stoner app adds weed needs location feature because only sharing where you smoked is boring

Stoner app adds weed needs location feature because only sharing where you smoked is boring
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Who Is Happy, an iOS and Android app for stoners that allows them to share the approximate location and time of where they smoked a joint, is adding a new feature that shows the location of marijuana dispensaries and other information.

With the rise of apps catering to tokers, Who Is Happy doesn’t really offer a whole lot in its current incarnation.

From Monday, however, you will at least be able to view dispensaries, headshops and doctors specialized in cannabis on a map. Each is denoted with a pin, and gets 10 percent bigger ever time you check in.

In addition to the location data, there’s also a new sticker feature, presumably because that’s the preferable medium of communication if you’re stoned.

➤ Who Is Happy [Android | iOS]