Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is back again to make another history. Stone who left Twitter back in 2011, has unveiled his new smartphone app, ‘Jelly’ which invites people to tap into their online world for answers about anything they came across in their day-to-day life.
Jelly is the new way to get your answers, and it allows you to pose a visual question to their social connections to get the answers.
In their blog post Jelly noted that
“Say you’re walking along and you spot something unusual, you want to know what it is, so you launch Jelly, take a picture, circle it with your finger, and type what’s this.” Now you will start getting answers from your friends.
Any queries can be submitted within your connections, who already have the app, connections can also expand the pool by forwarding the queries to their connections. You can also forward it outside your connections, so the entire world can answer your question. Jelly connects with people’s existing social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook.
In a world where 140 characters is considered a maximum length, a picture really is worth a thousand words. Images are in the foreground of the Jelly experience because they add depth and context to any question. You can crop, reframe, zoom, and draw on your images to get more specific. Said Jelly in their blog.