New App from Twitter Cofounder

Posted on by Daniel Hinds
Categories: Other Social Networks

Twitter is one of the most popular social networks in the world, and now Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is trying to make lightning strike twice. Mr. Stone left the Twitter corporation a little while back, and he’s been working on a new top secret social project. There wasn’t a lot of news about his work, but now he’s finished and he’s unveiling his new social network for the world to see.

Ladies and gentlemen, introducing: Jelly.

We don’t love the name, but the idea is pretty cool.

It’s a free social search app that integrates with other social network like Facebook and Twitter. It enables users to ask questions of their social circles, with a special focus on pictures. Basically, you take a picture of something (be it a math problem or a historical landmark) and ask your friends for help. Chances are, in a big enough social circle, someone will have an answer for you. If your friends come up short, Jelly will pass your question on to the world at large, where you’re bound to find an answer that works. In addition to pictures, you’ll also be able to draw diagrams and annotate images.

The app is available now in both the Apple App Store for iOS and the Google Play Store for Android.

The Jelly app is available to download from the Apple App Store for iOS and the Jelly app on Android for Android in the U.S. and UK. There aren’t a whole lot of marketing applications for the new social question app just yet, but you can be sure they’re coming soon. If you truly want to be a social media marketing wizard, I advise you to download the app now and become familiar with it. Industry leaders can’t afford to wait until apps become popular to learn how the heck they work!