Jelly shows potential as a new social app

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The Jelly app allows a user's friends to ask questions.

There is a new app in town; it is not peanut butter. It’s Jelly! The Jelly app connects with your Facebook and/or Twitter accounts. According to the Wall Street Journal, “Jelly is a new social Q & A app.” Twitter’s co-founder, Biz Stone created the free app. With the slogan “Let’s help each other,” it debuted on Jan. 7 and is available for both Android and iPhone users.

The iTunes store describes the Jelly app as “a new way to search with pictures and people from your social networks.” According to thenextweb.com, the app had over 28,000 users after the first day. Jelly allows users to snap a photo with their phone cameras and post the image along with a question that is limited to 240 characters.  Facebook friends and Twitter followers can answer a user’s questions. In the future, when you are in a jam, try Jelly.

Check out Jelly’s introduction video on their website.