Apple has introduced a new application in their iPhone and iPod Touch that lets you find medical marijuana.
Priced at 1.99 dollars, the new application called 'Cannabis' can help find the medicinal drug in the 13 states that have such laws, and lawyers in the 37 others that don't.
It has been developed by AJNAG, or Activists Justifying the Natural Agriculture of Ganja, a Los Angeles-based online group created in 2006.
According to the group's website, this application helps "connect, educate and empower individuals on the cultural, economic, and medicinal benefits of legalization, production, regulation, distribution, and taxation of Cannabis sativa."
AJNAG said it will donate 50 cents for every purchase of the "Cannabis" app to an as-yet nonexistent "cannabis non-profit reform fund, which will be set up once the application reaches 1000 subscriptions."
"Our goal is to put the power of cannabis change in your pocket while you enjoy the most sticky and potent iPhone application available!" Fox News quoted the Web-based brochure as saying.