After Twitter Now It’s Jelly app by the Twitter Co-Founder

rsz_jelly_app_by_twitter_founder_quikrpostOne of the creators of Twitter unveiled a new mobile service called Jelly, a mobile app that invites people to tap into their online social networks for answers about things they see.

“Everyone is mobile, everyone is connected. So if you have a question, there’s somebody out there that knows the answer,” said Biz Stone, the CEO and co-founder of Jelly in a video on the company’s website. Stone was among the team that in 2006 created Twitter, the social network and microblogging service that had a blockbuster initial public offering in November.

Here’s how it works: To ask a question, take a photo, use one you’ve already taken or find one in Google, ask away. The query will go to people in your Facebook and Twitter networks having Jelly. Your friends can also forward your question to their non-Jelly friends.

To answer questions, tap the icon on the top left, questions will appear one by one. You can swipe the question away forever, answer it or forward it your non-Jelly network.

Jelly, available free for both the Apple and the Android users.

 

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Anurag

Blogger and Engineer. Passionate about trekking, coding and discovering new places. I love to meet new people and do sketching in my spare time.

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