Platform and Price
Android and Apple, free
4 out of 5
Synopsis of the App
Jelly is the newest way to crowdsource questions on any topic using pictures. The app comes with three simple instructions: Point. Shoot. Ask.
- Remarkably easy to use
- Fun way to quickly get answers to questions on any subject.
- Visually driven, Jelly requires an image in order to ask a question.
- Sources questions and answers from friends of friends in your twitter and Facebook social networks.
- Respond to questions with text, URL links or a drawing.
- Jelly does not automatically post your questions or answers to social networks.
- Share questions and answers with friends via social media, text or email if desired.
- Star questions to be notified when additional responses are posted.
- Keep up with the questions and answers you’ve posed under the activity tab.
- No advertisements
- Brand new app that’s still building an active user base.
- Current networks are limited to Twitter and Facebook.
- Question and answer quality varies based on who’s in your network.
- Questions are not organized by topic or category.
- Except for the ability to send a simple “thank you” there is no way to communicate with responders, which would significantly increase interaction among users.
- Answering questions (and delivering value to the community) may increase exposure and help grow your overall social media following.
This photo-focused app makes posing and answering questions a cinch. Unlike Quora and other crowdsourcing platforms, Jelly uses visual appeal to engage users. With continued popularity and a few tweaks like adding a question filter, Jelly could become the go to app to answer your burning questions like where to find the best macarons in Paris.