A popular cannabis delivery marketplace has launched a new app for iPhone users.
For a long time, Apple has prohibited cannabis apps with full e-commerce functionality, which Eaze says forced customers to complete transactions through its website.
Distinguished Engineer CJ Silverio says the flexibility and depth of Eaze’s technical team allowed the company to quickly respond to changes in Apple’s policy and create an app that brings customers the “ideal experience for cannabis delivery.”
Eaze says the new app creates a shopping experience that is “easier, more fun, and reflects how many people actually shop today.”
“Eaze has always been about using the latest developments in technology to make shopping for legal cannabis more accessible,” says Eaze CEO Rogelio Choy. “It’s hard to overstate how important this is to our company and the industry. 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.”
Through the app, customers can complete all transaction steps, including registration, ID verification, product selection, payment, and delivery.
In addition to on-demand delivery and order tracking, Eaze’s new app also features rotating deals and a wide selection of brands.
The app, which Eaze says it developed in-house, confines purchases to places where cannabis is legal and limits sales to adults over 21.
According to the company, customer IDs are verified multiple times during the purchase and delivery process.
Eaze currently serves California and plans to begin delivery services in Michigan later in July.