Google Boots Cannabis Delivery App From Play Shop

By on July 21, 2015

July 20, 2015

Tech giant Google has removed a California medical cannabis delivery service from its Android-based app shop, yet another sign of how mainstream business shun cannabis-focused businesses and services.

The app– called Loud Cannabis– launched in early March and initially got approval from the Google Play shop, so it was readily available to medical marijuana patients in California for months before being tugged recently. The Green Exchange, Loud Cannabis’s parent business, stated Google told its executives that the app motivates illegal activity, despite the fact that MMJ is legal in California. Clients in the state can utilize the

NaderAd1 2 Google Boots Marijuana Delivery App From Play Storeapp to order medical marijuana straight from office growers. “We will stand up for the rights of our patients and will certainly do everything in our power to get our app went back to the marketplace,”The Green Exchange’s CEO, Josh Artman, stated in a statement. Google may have more carefully

Loud Marijuana after it got acknowledgment as being a leading new marijuana app, Artman’s statement recommended. The award resulted in a rise in brand-new downloads. Supposedly, other MMJ delivery apps are still readily available

for download by means of Google Play, such as Nestdrop and Meadow, according to PC World. Patients can still utilize the Loud Marijuana delivery service via the company’s website.

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