jellyNow here is a spanking new app from Twitter’s co-founder known as Jelly, where the Jelly app will be able to deliver an answer to your question, although it will retrieve such an answer from your friends. Biz Stone announced the launch of Jelly, a new kind of startup which has been operating in stealth mode for approximately a year. This particular mobile app is available on both iOS as well as Android-powered devices, where it has been specially programmed to answer people’s questions with the help of photos and their current networks of friends.

In a nutshell, all you need to do is to capture a picture with your handset, write down a short caption that will best describe the question, and follow it up with a post. Sounds too easy, right? Hopefully the answers that you receive will be worth reading, and I am quite sure that some hilarious gems will pop up in screenshots in due time. For instance, asking “Worth reading?” might see an image of George Orwell’s “1984” appear. What do you think of an app like Jelly, and will it be strong enough and not wobble in this highly competitive arena? You can also connect it to your Facebook and Twitter accounts, now how about that for a greater level of interaction? [Press Release]

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