SAN FRANCISCO–Eaze today announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind shoppable app for iPhone users. Available for download via the Apple App Store, the app allows customers to order and pay for weed. So why is it the first app of its kind? Apple has long prohibited cannabis delivery apps. But on June 7, Apple lifted the ban, and Eaze jumped to create a more streamlined shopping experience.
“It’s hard to overstate how important this is to our company and the industry,” said Eaze CEO Rogelio Choy. “It’s deeply gratifying to launch the Apple Store’s first fully-functional cannabis delivery app, making it even easier for our two million registered customers to legally consume.”
The app, which was developed in-house, will allows customers to complete all aspects of delivery: registration, ID verification, product selection, payment, and receipt to the doorstep. Customers will be able to shop from a variety of companies (and Eaze professes a commitment to working with BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and women-owned brands).
“The flexibility and depth of our technical team allowed us to respond immediately to the changes in Apple’s policy, and create an app that offers our customers the ideal experience for cannabis delivery,” said Eaze engineer CJ Silverio.
Eaze currently delivers across California, and will begin delivery in Michigan later this month.