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This article was published on February 27, 2014

    Jelly Q&A photo app gets a “Good” button for recommending useful questions

    Jelly Q&A photo app gets a “Good” button for recommending useful questions Image by: ROLF VENNENBERND
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    Biz Stone’s Jelly app for sharing photos to get answers from your friends has gotten a minor update that lets you mark a question as “Good” to improve its reach. Previously, you could mark responses as Good, but this now extends to questions.

    Other changes to the app include the ability to zoom into photos and new visibility for thanked answers.

    Jelly has been moving quickly to add new features to the app since launching in early January. The app felt a bit too barebones when it first arrived, so it is nice to see the updates keep coming.

    ➤ Jelly for iOS

    Related:Review: Jelly for Android and iOS is more than just beautiful, but how useful it can be is up to you

    Thumbnail credit: ROLF VENNENBERND/AFP/Getty Images