Jelly, the new Q&A app from Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, announced today that it has launched updates for its Android and iOS apps.
The Android version adds support for more cameras and camera resolutions and support for more devices that couldn't generate custom fonts. The update also includes some bug fixes. It removes some permissions for features Jelly was testing, but decided not to ship, launches settings activity more quickly, and fixes glitches in answer cards (where they'd appear smaller, transparent and offset along the y-axis). Images also now use less memory in lower-end devices.
New to the iOS app are bug fixes, user experience tweaks, better sorting of answers, the ability to resolve your own questions and the ability to share thank you cards.
Nothing major here, but there is likely more on the way.
CEO Biz Stone recently indicated that there were a "bunch" of new features coming soon. Search is one thing we can probably expect in the future. Personally, we'd like to see web profiles and embeddable Jellies.
Last week, Jelly announced that it has secured more funding from Greylock Partners.
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