Twitter co-founder introduces new app
January 9 , 2014
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone hopes that his new app will be able to make "the world a more empathetic place."
Jelly is available for free and gives users the ability to ask photo accompanied questions and receive responses from their social media networks.
Stone mentioned that such apps have previously been released but this one aims on helping others. "Using Jelly to help people is as much (or) more important than using Jelly to search for help," he said. "If we're successful, then we're going to introduce into the daily muscle memory of smartphone users, everyone, that there's this idea that there's other people that need their help right now."
The Huffington Post notes that the information-gathering app may face challenges in the future since this business really belong to Google.