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I’m so disappointed to have to write this review- while the original version of the app wasn’t perfect (for example, not being able to search exclusively for categories of products, especially clones and seeds), the app was generally easy to use and the mapping system/strain reviews were awesome. In the updated app, it is no longer easy to access dispensary menus, which may take more than one format (just today I’ve seen the app display both a menu reminiscent of the older version and a new version that fits the aesthetic of the rest of the current app, for two different dispensaries in the same city). Also, somehow, they managed to destroy the map functionality, which was a foundational piece of this app’s success. Additionally, now it’s impossible (from all the attempts I’ve made, anyway) to view user submitted strain reviews, leaving you just with a star rating and the tantalizing number of reviews that it’s not going to let you look at. Why?!?! Hopefully the developers bother to read recent reviews rather than resting on the laurels of their thousands of good reviews from the halcyon days of the old version. Really a shame.
I’ve been using the app for four years, and as a medical patient, it’s always been my go-to to see what strains are currently offered at my local dispensary. Before the recent redesign of the app, every strain was categorized by color. Red for sativa, purple for indica, and green for hybrids. Now, every strain is green to match the new color scheme found throughout the app. I can no longer quickly discern what strain would work best for medication (sativas and sativa leaning hybrids for me) and which are not. Worse still, many strain descriptions lack any mention of the strains classification, leaving me having to use the filters to try to find strains that fit my needs. I won’t argue that the app looks much more modern and less early 2010s, but for whatever it gained in aesthetics, it’s lost everything for utility and simplicity. I sincerely hope that Leafly intends to reimplement the color coding system. Until then, finding the right medication has become much more difficult.
This was a 5 star app (and website) for me prior to the latest “upgrade”. A few friends who were fans have a similar view of the new version - universally hated. I liked the simplicity of the old one to find a strain and at a glance see if it was a sativa, indica, or hybrid and scroll down for the effects most commonly experienced and the genetics. It was near perfect - EVERYTHING I wanted to know about a given strain at a quick glance - it was a brilliant design! I loved the bar chart for effects - at a glance is it good for sleep, or relaxing, or giggly! (Love that description!). Some strains get me a bit anxious so I avoid those that showed on the old bar chart view as having a lot of reported anxiety. I can’t even find this info for some strains now. There no way I’m going to memorize what each little shape and color means and try and figure it out. It don’t really care much about the terpenes, CBD levels, and individual reviews are pointless for me. Having more info on terpenes and cbd, etc is a benefit to some but seems like secondary info to drill down to with another click - same with individual reviews. Lead with a clear, simple summary of the strain - not marginally useful details / noise. In summary, Leafly went from an awesome, useful tool for making decisions on strains and informing me about strains to being of little to no use for me. Bummer...
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