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Kaya Now Refreshes App for 'Cannabis-Friendly' Social Media Network

High There doesn't censor cannabis content.

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Kaya Now, a media and technology holding company bringing comprehensive solutions to the advertising space, today announced that it has launched a new and improved version of its High There app.

A safe, moderated, digital canna-friendly community, the latest High There app is designed to elevate the user experience with industry-led content and several new features. The app introduces "Rooms", a live chat feature to enable quick connections and conversations between users; "Global Stories", a feature where users can share stories with their followers and contribute to global community experiences with photos and videos; and "Discover", a feature that customizes users' feeds based on their past likes, dislikes and interests.

"Over the last several months, we have worked hard to enhance the High There app to reach parity with some of the world's leading social media platforms, so we are thrilled to have reached this important milestone," said Jamie Solis, Kaya's Chief Content Officer. "We've come a long way from the app's original version, which focused on cannabis-friendly online dating. Today, the High There app prioritizes content over connections, providing users with a customized app experience that curates educational media from trusted cannabis news sources and interactive content from leading creators who can use this safe, open platform to grow their following."

Unlike most mainstream social media apps, High There doesn't censor cannabis content: instead, promoting cannabis products and creating weed-related content is highly encouraged. High There promotes content directed at bettering the cannabis industry and amplifies all the voices of the cannabis community. The app also shares content from High There's trusted partners, including The Cannigma and, as well as nonprofits such as the Last Prisoner Project.

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