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Apple's Cannabis iPhone App Is Benefiting Businesses And Consumers, Where's Google Play Store? - September 2, 2021
Apple's Cannabis iPhone App Is Benefiting Businesses And Consumers, Where's Google Play Store? -

Cannabis delivery and technology companies say that Apple’s recent decision to let iPhone apps process marijuana transactions "is already bringing benefits" after these businesses launched new apps for Apple’s iOS smartphone operating system, reported MJBizDaily.

Apple’s App Store review guidelines, updated June 7, ban “facilitating the sale of controlled substances” but make an exception for “licensed or otherwise legal cannabis dispensaries.”

The guidelines continue: "Apps that encourage minors to consume any of these substances will be rejected. Facilitating the sale of controlled substances (except for licensed pharmacies and licensed or otherwise legal cannabis dispensaries), or tobacco is not allowed."

Apple Rules ‘Inter Pares’

Apple’s decision to allow iPhone apps to process cannabis transactions follows a tendency that started to manifest early in July when the weed delivery company Eaze announced the launch of a “first-of-its-kind shoppable” app for iPhone users.

Via the new app, users can complete registration ID, verification, product selection, payment and, best of all, doorstep delivery.

“The shoppable Eaze app is a major milestone for the legal cannabis market and consumers,” the company stated.

According to Eaze's CEO Rogelio Choy, the company “has always been about using the latest developments in technology to make shopping for legal cannabis more accessible.”

In August, Eaze reached an agreement with multi-state retail operator Green Dragon to provide service to customers and patients in California, Colorado, Michigan and Florida, creating the country's largest cannabis delivery marketplace with 42 delivery and storefront retail locations.

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