Like a good friend who’s a budtender, Leafly is the world’s go-to resource
for all things cannabis. The award-winning Leafly app makes it easier than ever
to customize your weed experience. Discover strains based on effects,
feelings, similar strains to what you already like, flavor...
Where are my pics?
Ok so I have really enjoyed becoming a part of this community-not too many complaints but where do my pics go, they aren’t attached to my reviews and it seems once they are uploaded they are not even able to be found again...have written two emails but just get generic responses, I even offered a reason once but was still vaguely talked into a circle and left more confused than before I had written the email... this would be the only reason I didn’t give this app 5 stars...I feel that, especially when using concentrate, a pic to accompany the review is extremely important for verification and what not...clarity, color, consistency, and all the other understanding you can gain from just looking at an extract’s visible characteristics....If nothing changes then I still love the app and give it a solid 4.7 with the only discrepancy I have being the fact that my pics aren’t connected to my reviews or me at all for that matter...just curious so let me know if you have any suggestions to remedy my situation-thank you for your professional attention regarding this matter...
Love love love
I just started smoking this year and this app is like my bible for searching strains. I love the new update but have one complaint- I miss when you’d see the info on a strain, and it would show where it was nearby. They have seemed to remove this and it was a big plus for me when looking for strains. Now I search the strains and get all the info I need, but where I could get it close to me. I don’t know if they’re thinking about adding this back, but you really should!! It was such a help, like no idea how much.. because now I have to go into all the nearby dispensaries on the app and manually search for the strain and well let’s be honest.. I’m high most of the time and don’t have the time or am In the right state of mind to be able to do this. Other than that, I’m in love with everything that was done. I guess it was time for a makeover and y’all seemed to outdo yourselves. 5 stars for you! Being that this is the first review I’ve ever written in how many years?! Wow, I hope you guys actually read this!! That says a lot!
Beautiful, intuitive redesign that will only get better with more data
I love Leafly’s redesign centered around very thoughtful visuals and testing data! I’m very much a data nerd and have been waiting for more data driven insights on marijuana. For me I find that terpenes are a much better way for me to find what strains work for me and the desired effects. The indica/Sativa labels aren’t very helpful to find what I’m looking for and I have always gravitated to specific terpenes, but often there is a lack of information on terpenes since it’s not widely understood and testing can be expensive. Now I have a tool to help guide me to finding the best strains for me. And the best part is, it’s only going to get better with more testing happening. My hope is that Leafly will help guide the industry to focus on terpene research/information and the community will follow. Thank you for all the research and thoughtfulness you’ve put into this redesign. Thanks to your designers and data folks! Keep it up!
App bugged out but I still love Leafly
I absolutely love Leafly! I work at a dispensary in Oregon and Leafly is essential for us. It allows customers to shop for products from their couch, office, hiking trails, the grocery store — wherever there’s internet service, they can decide on what they want to pick up from us. In the past, I’ve used Leafly mainly at work on my computer there, but I wanted to download it on my phone so I could leave my own reviews for products I try. I was a little disappointed when the app wouldn’t open. When I tap on the app, it briefly brings up the loading screen (white screen with the Leafly logo), but crashes/closes within 10 seconds, bringing me back to my home screen. I tried to troubleshoot this myself, but can’t find a way to make it work. I restarted my phone, reset my wifi, closed all apps and tried to open it, and made sure my iOS version was up to date. I am on iOS 12.4 on an iPhone X. Hopefully the developers can fix this bug soon! Luckily I can still use Leafly on my computer or my Safari browser on my phone, but I would love to dig into the app.
Best Cannabis app out there!!!!
Love this app have been with it since like 2009 or 2010 & still use since I need to find the 411 being that there is thousands of strains cross breed in last decade. There is still no other app I know with a catalog big like library of congress where all books are. Its perfect helps me choose strain to best fit my daily life. Since they are different the best way to distinguish between Sativa & indica or hybrid is looking at the buds, smelling, then finally taste. So i always check THC v CBD & trepene profile which all three interact to give u final result. Yes im a Cannabis enthusiast/ supporter specially medical for serious illness n then recreationally cuz dami near impossible to OD if you tried unless u have multiple things having u under the influence.
Broke their own app
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.
Leafly May Not Be The Best,But It’s The Best We Have ((PhatTommy Says))
Cannabis patients in Arizona (of which I am one) enjoy the very best Medical Cannabis choices of any state I know of. A minimum of regulatory state interference ensure potency, quality, and assortment from virtually all the Dispensaries I have visited. Having said that, the time and effort expended by LEAFLY on behalf of patients is the way that we all can fine the safe, powerful, and affordable medicines we all want. I would like to personally thank LEAFLY for enabling us to source all things Cannabis, whether it is the location of nearby Dispensaries, the latest medical updates, or a myriad of useful information. Once again, you, my friends, have every right to be proud of what you have done in the past, are doing now, and will do in the future. You are simply put, “THE BEST WE HAVE”. ((PhatTommy Says))
Indica or Sativa? Update makes it nearly impossible to tell.
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.
I like the update but...
I like the update however I don’t like that I can’t just browse all the strains at once now, I have to pick a category and can then look at the cannabis for that category only. You should also have an option to just scroll through all the stains. Also it’s no longer easy to tell at a glance if a strain is indica, sativa or hybrid. Other then that, keep up the great work. With all the designer strains these days it can be hard to choose the one that's right for you. This app gives you useful information on the most popular medical strains available. Very nice pictures, THC and CBD analysis, grow data, read users comments and learn the positive and negative effects of each strain. This is a must have app for anyone with a medical card or people who just want more info about strains they come by.
Used to be ok...
It’s getting worse with every update. It’s confusing for users when the app’s flow goes from a simple landing page with a simple search feature to... this mess with features that wander, a “home” screen that doesn’t feel like home at all... If you got back to your actual home tonight and found a huge useless image pasted to the front, would it still feel like home to you? Is it still “home” when someone moves the front door to the back, the garage to the second floor, and a (useful) search feature somewhere under the couch cushions? No! You naughty people. Next version? If this happens when I open the app, you win the universe: 1) A search bar is at the top of the screen, and it’s not completely dimwitted. It should handle strains and stores without additional taps. 2) I see a ribbon of *nearby* stores centered vertically and horizontally. I don’t mean “promoted” stores that are 50 miles away, but stores that are 50 yards away. I live 60 miles from a “nearby” and “promoted” store. Don’t show that. It’s just dumb. You’re not dumb, Leafly. There’s a reason I don’t use Weedmaps. Please keep that reason alive. Do chest compressions. Get machines that go beep. Throw your app in the Lazarus Pit from Arrow. Anything. Just bring your app back alive. With the changes I’m whining about. Ok thanks.
Bar graph system was the best part of Leafly
The most useful feature of Leafly has been completed erased with the addition of the stupid flower mandala system (which is not at all user friendly and I suspect wasn't tested with users prior to rollout). I used to be able to quickly and easily identify what strains were great for pain, anxiety etc with a quick glance. Now I can't even FIND that info at all other than it possibly being listed somewhere in the paragraph info. What I think you guys missed is a majority of users of both Leafly and cannabis are mainly concerned with treating specific symptoms they need help with and that is the most critical info to convey quickly. Of course some users are more interested in the chemical makeup but that is a much smaller percentage. Please bring the easy to use bar graph system back even if it means having both that and the flower mandala side by side.
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...
So much info made simple
Love this app as a MM user. At local licensed dispensaries I got so overwhelmed with all the options and brands and names and flavors and strains and hybrids it’s too much! I got a mm card to help with my anxiety issues but just walking into a dispensary was a challenge. This app really brakes it all down. Want to chill? Get blackberry. Newbie? Be careful with these few. Want to focus on a task, Durban poison. Learning so much! Let’s u favorite what u like or want to check out, allows you add your own notes in addition to what is provided, and shows you where certain products are available in your area (however im not sure this part is super accurate but still helpful) Thanks so much Leafly!
Location and Law Confusion
I live in Baltimore, Maryland.. I’m a medical marijuana patient and of course medical marijuana is legal in my state.. I am able to search the dispensaries best me, but if I click on a particular one, I get the error message “medical or recreational marijuana is not legal in your state, please contact your local representatives”, yet as I said it is in fact legal here... Leafly blamed the problem on that I’m an iPhone user however my location services are turned “on” and unlike issues with other apps, Apple and my carrier seem unaware it says issue.. Other than not being able to use the site to its full legal potential, I absolutely LOVE this site!!! For someone who’s been smoking awhile now but is really very naive to the “ifs, ands or buts”if marijuana, this site is amazing! It will tell you which strains are good for what purposes, what the qualities of said strain are (down to components of smell), which dispensaries near you sell it and how much even!
Industry worker concerns!
I usually use Weedmaps because of the consistency of THC/CBD READINGS. I’ve noticed I can’t see close ups of products and for some reason if there’s a THC reading it doubles and won’t show CBD but it will have the THC with the % on both sides not revealing CBD, unless there’s no THC readings. In that case it shows no reading on THC but also it will show CBD as well with no readings. I’ve looked through 4-5 dispensaries and same thing for all of them. I’ve been working on updating our menus in-store, Weedmaps and leafly throughly and throughout my work days along with my other receptionists. From the computer we use to update leafly isn’t reflecting the same info on the leafly app. What’s going on?! Customers mostly go by THC/CBD readings to determine if they want to come to our dispensaries. If it’s not giving accurate information how will future or existing customers know what they are going in for?
Yes. Leafly: Marijuana Reviews is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 231,673 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Leafly: Marijuana Reviews Is 60.9/100.
Yes. Leafly: Marijuana Reviews is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 231,673 Leafly: Marijuana Reviews User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Leafly: Marijuana Reviews Is 60.9/100.
Leafly: Marijuana Reviews works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
By Gordon Davis
Feb 17 2021
Great service at Jars/Metro from Ashley H. shopping there is really quick and easy
Leave a comment: