Jelly pairs photos with text to help you get answers.
Jelly was built by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone as a "social search engine." It's an app where you can ask any question and send it to your social network via Facebook and Twitter.
Jelly is focused on photos, meaning that to add a question, you first need to take a picture. You can add photos from your phone's library or search on Google Images if needed. The photo is supposed to illustrate your question or add context.
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