Jelly is a handy app for asking questions and getting some interesting answers from people who think that they might have the answer. It is simple to use too, just download the app to ask questions or if you like, check out the map and drop the pin into the map to answer the questions of fellow Jelly users. It is not just questions either; the user is able to use maps, an image from the camera or by simply picking an image to use as the base of a question. There could be a better time to think about checking this app out as the developers have made some cool changes to it.
Jelly is no longer just a question and answer app, now it is possible for users to reply answers by posting a comment, asking for clarification or by posting a follow up question. This feature makes the app more social in a way, but it can lead to issues with other users, as you might not like the answers or comments. Something else worth speaking about is the way that users are able to reorganise how things appear this will make finding certain questions and answers much easier in order to keep the conversations flowing. It makes sense to find more than just a single answer in order to gauge which answers are closest to the right answer.
With the topics section there is more to choose from and if you are inclined more ways to help others find the answers that they are looking for, it all sounds grand, but it should be noted that not all answers with be the definitive answer to the question that you are asking. This is a free app available from iTunes for iOS powered devices and Google Play for Android Smartphone’s, so just about anyone can get involved with the app that is Jelly.