It’s also people helping each other—something that’s both meaningful and fun.
Ask questions with images to deepen the context. Crop, reframe, zoom, and draw on your images to get more specific.
Jelly works with your existing social networks. In addition to asking, you may find yourself answering questions as well.
Questions can be forwarded outside the app so your friends who don’t have Jelly can still help. It feels good to help!
If you would like to help test Jelly and make it available on more devices join our Android beta: https://plus.google.com/communities/108020468206850882231
Jelly user reviews :
Good idea Honestly, the app is so early in development, nobody can give an honest review. I opened it up just fine, it ran smooth, pretty colors and animations and everything you would expect. I’m giving it 5 stars based on the idea and very early presentation. Hopefully more people pick it up and maybe it’ll replace yahoo answers in a few years. Best of luck to Jelly! To people (for some reason) concerned about microphone access; that isn’t for the NSA, it’s because you can record video. Relax.
You’re All Alone Jely is kind of a cool concept, except that it is missing a very-vital “explore” option. If I don’t have any connections on this service, the app literally does nothing. Adding an option to connection with G+ would be an added plus, but that’s one of those things I’ve come to not expect these days.
- Jelly Industries, Inc. January 7, 2014
- Thanks for being willing to test on the first day – sorry about the Google Image hiccups. It looks like we were rate-limited on Google Image searches. Fortunately, someone brought it to our attention here in the play store reviews, and it should be fixed now. We’re also hard at work on supporting more devices – more coming soon, we hope.
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