Wouldn’t it be good if there was an app where you could post your questions and get answers from your friends online? Jelly, the new app from Twitter founder Biz Stone, promises to do just that.
Jelly connects you to your Twitter and Facebook networks, letting you ask and answer questions. You simply post a picture and a question, and wait for your connections to answer it.
Here is Jelly’s introductory video:
This startup has been funded by people like Bono and Al Gore, so the media exposure is sure to be big. We’re still to see if it catches on.
Some big companies have already started using it, like Ben & Jerry’s and CNN, polling users on various subjects.
It’s always nice to lend a helping hand and, if you can have fun in the process, all the better.
If more individuals start using it, more brands will surely follow. I’m curious to know how this new platform will evolve.
Jelly is available for iPhone and Android.