High There lets you see the profiles of users who share at least one of your primary levels of compatibility: preferred method of getting high, energy level once you're stoned (low, medium, or high), and whether you're interesting in chatting, going out, or staying in.
Unlike Tinder, High There doesn't lean on the probability that two like-minded souls will eventually find each other.
Now potheads have their very own dating app – High There!
The cannabis community has welcomed its latest addition, which is hailed Tinder but for weed-lovers.
High There is slicker: a close approximation of successful mainstream dating apps.
It has bright colors, cute graphics, the same pleasing swiping mechanism as Tinder.
But, he says, bringing the app to a new state is a simple as "flipping a switch." The company also plans to expand to Canada and other countries as they change their laws.
The free app is available on Android and will be rolling out to Apple's App Store in the coming days.
People are friendlier, seemingly comforted by the knowledge that you won't be judgmental.
After setting up an account I begin non-discriminately swiping right—which, as with Tinder, means you want to chat.
High There also cashes in on the simplicity that distinguishes Tinder from algorithmic sites like OKCupid: just input a first name and a photo, and you've built a profile.
Although with High There, you first have to specify whether you prefer smoking, vaping, edibles, or "it's all good." High There users' implicit common ground lessens the pressure to build connections from scratch.
Every time someone swipes right on my profile, a "Chat Request" appears in my inbox, allowing me to connect directly with people who already like me.