Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone Launches Jelly, A Social Q&A Search Engine

Jelly search engine

Biz Stone, Twitter Co-Founder, recently launched his super secret project Jelly, a social search engine. It is available all over the world on Android and iOS from yesterday. Jelly is like a conventional search engine, as it states on the Jelly blog, in the sense that you can ask questions and get answer.

The difference between Jelly search engine and another Q&A services like Quora and Yahoo Answers, is its emphasis on searching via images and using people, rather than algorithms, to deliver results. Jelly is also different in the way to be fun for people to answer questions, as well as useful for those asking them.

Jelly search engine is built around the idea that if you have a question you more than likely have a friend or friend who knows the answer. Biz Stine believes the success of Jelly is the fact that people are driven to help. With the help of Jelly, Stone hopes to make the world a more empathetic place.

Jelly search engine has been designed to use image to ask questions like, if you are travelling and come across the unknown place, you can snap a picture of it using Jelly and ask what it is. The question is then sent to people in your social network who have Jelly where they can answer the question and forward it to people in their network. 

For more detail and know about how to use Jelly search engine, see the official video below:

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