Twitter co-founder to relaunch Jelly Q&A app
For a brief interval Silicon Valley adopted Jelly, a query and reply app developed by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, with nice curiosity. It attracted a sizeable group however, like so many different cellular apps, ultimately misplaced traction and the media’s consideration. Jelly is not completed simply but although. Stone is planning a serious relaunch, or an “un-pivot,” which can refine the corporate’s unique premise: “Useful solutions for busy individuals.”
— Biz Stone (@biz) January 7, 2016
The app was a easy service that allowed anybody to submit and reply pithy questions. Most of those have been textual content-based mostly, however over time the service expanded to help maps, photographs and different kinds of media. These have been helpful should you needed to ask one thing like “the place ought to I’ve lunch in Barcelona?” or “what’s your favourite Picasso portray?” Stone says the brand new Jelly might be just a little totally different although. The primary time round, the corporate observed there have been extra solutions than questions, so within the new model you will not want an account to ask one thing — solely to reply.
The reimagined Jelly, which will probably be out there on telephones and the online, is presently in closed beta however launching “quickly.” When you’re , you possibly can hit up the corporate’s website and reserve a username now. Hopefully it will not fade fairly as quick as Jelly’s different app, Tremendous, did final November.