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Jelly app review roundup

The Jelly app for Android and iOS is one of the most popular at the moment and as such has taken the market by storm. The social app has received a mixed reaction because skeptics believe it has added another layer to your social space when there is no need to.

However, many of you would not agree and believe that the Jelly app allows for you to further your social interaction. We already had a little look at this social app yesterday, but we wanted to gauge what the industry thinks and so a Jelly app review roundup is the best way to find this out.

There are not many video reviews for the Jelly app, but we have found two of interest, one where the creator Biz Stone (co-creator of Twitter) gigs his latest project up and the other a report where the app has been tested.

The first video gives you a different perspective on Jelly because you can see that it isn’t just another app that makes social confusing, instead it is a new way to search within the social space and uses photos and people from your social networks to find your answers to the questions you ask.

In the second video, which is a news report, we get to learn more about this visual search engine. We like how the Jelly app tries to do what the top search engines can’t do because Stone has said that there is a difference between searching Google for something and knowing about something.

Our final review is from The Next Web, but is not a video. Instead this Jelly review is far more in-depth and looks at how useful the app can be to you and I. You get a step-by-step process in how this new social app works and then an insight into how well it performs.

One thing is certain; the Jelly app has yet to reach its true potential, but then again will it ever be realized, only the user base has that answer?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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