Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has just released a new app, Jelly: it's the number one place to go to ask questions, if you've never used Yahoo! Answers or Google. Or Wikipedia.

It's been almost a year since Stone teased us about the app, and it's finally available in the App Store and Google Play. By using your social media accounts from either Facebook, Twitter, or both, you'll be able to connect with friends and their extended networks in order to get answers to pressing questions, such as these:

I tried it out, and it had a bit of an entertainment value, but I could only see a few instances so far where this could work better than Google (or you know, people) at answering things, or at least leading you in the right direction. It's probably better for opinions than answers, though I'm still waiting on someone to answer my question. Any takers?

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