If you’re in an area that rarely (or never) hosts events though, these apps could be exactly what you need to find sweet stoner love.

We're living in a golden age of connectivity, whether we like it or not.

Each user has three areas where they can share their current needs: This is all pretty useful data for finding people to sesh with, but doesn’t give me much to go on in terms of how they’d work out as a partner.

To see whether they live up to the hype, I tried out three cannabis dating apps: High There, 420 Singles, and 420 Friends. There’s a section called “Joints” where you can see and interact with posts from other users, follow trending hashtags, and post your own updates and pictures.

I’ve been sporadically on Tinder for a couple years now, so that was my main basis for comparison. It reminds me of Twitter in that way, and it’s probably the most useful networking feature of the app.

If you’re a cannabis consumer and you’ve ever dated someone who wasn’t, you’re familiar with the occasional frustration of navigating that interaction.

It makes sense that one might want to find a partner with whom they can share their herbal indulgences.

And since all technological advances end up being about sex sooner rather than later, it's no surprise that we're also in an era of smartphone-controlled sex toys.

Which is objectively awesome, because sex toys are objectively awesome and whatever makes them more fun and user-friendly is a good thing. The user later discovered it saved in a folder on the phone, and despite only giving the app permission to use the microphone for a chat function, multiple people also reported the app recording them while it was in use.

There’s also a section to select what you’re looking for: age, gender, and relationship style.

For the last two, it’s a checkbox system, so you can select all that apply.

The profile features on this one were the best of the three.

The basic profile includes space for a headline, about me, about my match, hobbies and interests, and even a first date idea, which is unique and interesting.

Like Tinder (and most other dating apps at this point) it has the swipe left/right option when viewing profiles.