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Need an Answer? There's a New App For That - Jelly

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Here's the latest tech version of ‘Ask A Friend.' Remember that from the game show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" Anyway, one of the co–founders of Twitter, Biz Stone, launched his latest creation called "Jelly". It's a question/answer based search app.

Here's how it works. You write a question in Jelly or post a picture with a question and all of your friends receive the question and can answer it if they know it. Or, they can forward it to their friends until someone has the answer for you.

The founders believe that human expertise is better than any sophisticated computer algorithm.

The app is now available in the Google Play Store and the iTunes Store.

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