Twitter's co-founder Biz Stone has just unveiled his new company called Jelly.

Jelly is a Q&A app that enables users ask questions using images from people from your social media networks.

This app is very similar to Quora or if you ask me this app is something between Quora and Instagram and is available for both iOS and Android users.

"Using Jelly is kinda like using a conventional search engine in that you ask it stuff and it returns answers," shares Stone in a post on Jelly's blog.

The app is very easy to use, whenever you see something that you have no idea about, just click its picture and share it with the question "What is this thing?" and your connections from Facebook and Twitter would either answer you or would know someone who can answer you.

Or you can respond to a friends's question or help friends-of-friends by answering their question and grow your collection of thank you cards. As simple as that!

"In a world where 140 characters is considered a maximum length, a picture really is worth a thousand words."

You can crop, re-frame, zoom and draw or write on your images if you need more specific information.

Once someone answers your question Jelly would soon notify you.

Jelly is an easy to use app and makes looking for information and helping others exciting!

In case you are wondering why the name Jelly, according to Stone, "We chose the jellyfish to represent our product because it has a loose network of nerves that act as a 'brain' similar to the way we envision loosely distributed networks of people coordinating via Jelly to help each other."

To learn more about Jelly watch this video below:

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