Jelly, ‘Google Mini’ Artificial Founder Twitter

Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, released a mobile application with a funny name and a unique, Jelly. This application is arguably the ‘Google Mini’. Its function as a mobile search engine in smartphones or tablets.

While popular usage later, Stone hopes Jelly will change the way people search and find information.

“Everyone today mobile, everything is connected. So if you have a question, there are others out there who has the answer,” said the man who left Twitter in June 2011.

jelly google miniJelly, available free for iOS and Android based devices. Through this application, users can enter a question into their network of social media such as Twitter or Facebook.

Like doing a search in Google search engine, they can type a question in question. Or, if their questions in the form of images, for example, they can be wrapped around objects on the photos they take and asking for information about the object.

This service will compete with Quora, which was created by former Facebook employees, or and Yahoo’s Answers that allows users to ask other people. Large numbers of this kind of service users get recommendations from friends or answer them on Facebook and Twitter.