Twitter co-founder brings Jelly App that will offer better search results
The co-founder of Twitter has unveiled an all new smartphone app dubbed Jelly. He claims that this will improve the way users get online search results, as it queries people about their searches.
On a video posted on the company’s website, Biz Stone, CEO and cofounder of Jelly (and earlier of Twitter) said, “Everyone is mobile, everyone is connected. So if you have a question, there’s somebody out there who knows the answer.” Stone left Twitter in June 2011.
This new mobile service is available free for both Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android devices. Users can submit their questions to the network of friends that they have made through social networks like Twitter and Facebook. Users can leave a question or even a picture if they want to identify an object. Let’s see how many takers this one gets!