Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Kaya Now announced on Thursday the launch of a new and improved version of its High There app, providing a safe, moderated, digital cannabis-friendly community. The updated version of the app is designed to elevate the user experience with industry-led content and several new features. Part of this transformation includes expanding upon the original app concept—focused on cannabis-friendly online dating —which was "completely overhauled" to suit the needs of a broader range of users. "The first version of High There launched back in 2014, and at the time, it was coined by many publications as the 'Tinder for Tokers' ," High There Chief Content Officer Jamie Solis says. "Over the years, we've really listened to the feedback from our community, and we've now implemented a user experience that is more engaging for app users to connect with others from all over the world." While Instagram and TikTok regularly purge cannabis-related accounts—leading to labyrinthine tutorials on how to reinstate them—High There instead embraces them. First, High There introduced Rooms, a live chat feature to enable quick connections and conversations between users with similar interests in real time. It's the company's very first step in launching… Read full this story
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