Apple “WeedWatch” Ad To Be Featured In Marijuana Green Pages

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WASHINGTON – A clever parody ad showcasing Apple’s canna-friendly chronometer, iWatch,  has taken out a full page ad in the upcoming Marijuana Green Pages business directory.  Seattle-based multi-media company Higher Ground released the “WeedWatch” ad to coincide with the April 20th pot holiday, “4/20”, and the release of the Apple Watch on April 24th. The Read the full article…

Apple’s Ban On marijuana Social Networking App Goes Up In Smoke

MassRoots first became available through the App Store in 2013, but Apple decided to pull the app last month due to conflicts with company guidelines banning “apps that encourage excessive consumption of alcohol or illegal substances.”

CALIFORNIA: Apple has lightened up on restrictions that once banned cannabis-focused social networking apps from its App Store. The tech giant reversed course Thursday night by making MassRoots, a social network for cannabis lovers, available on the iOS App Store a little over three months after banning the site’s app. MassRoots first became available through the App Read the full article…

Apple Reverses Course, Allows Marijuana Apps In Marijuana-Legal States

Months after pulling the marijuana user social app MassRoots from the App Store, Apple  has reversed course and allowed the app in.

CALIFORNIA:  Months after Apple pulled marijuana user social app MassRoots from the App Store on November 4, 2014, the Cupertino company has reversed course and allowed the app in the App Store as long as its geo-restricted to the 23 states where marijuana is legal, MassRoots founder Isaac Dietrich told the San Francisco Chronicle.  “A few hours ago, an Apple Read the full article…

App Store Denials: Apple Just Says No To Many Pot iPhone Apps

Pot-related businesses are starting to gripe publicly about their negative experiences with Apple.

COLORADO:  On the same November day that saw more than 1 million people in Oregon, Alaska and Washington, D.C.,  vote to legalize recreational marijuana, a popular social media app rooted in the cannabis space was removed from Apple’s massive commercial marketplace known as the  App Store. “The App Store is one of the largest content distribution channels Read the full article…