4 reasons Biz Stone’s ‘Jelly’ bit the ratings dust!

Jelly has been Biz Stone’s hush-hush project for some time now.

The Twitter/Medium co-founder finally took the wraps off the project just 4 days ago. Essentially, Jelly is a Q&A platform where people can ask each other for help.

Before you guys roll your eyes and think, “Not another Quora-clone!” - Here’s the twist, you need to add a snap before you ask!

Personally, I think the concept of adding a picture before you ask anything is great. Simply because images explain what you couldn’t in a thousand words! (Also, it makes these Jelly questions livelier, unlike Quora, but that’s just me! :) ) 

I played around with the app for a couple of days by asking or answering many questions. Then, when I went back to look at Jelly’s ratings and reviews on appstores today, It had plummeted to as low as 3.5!

Shocking to say the least.

So, I set out to carefully study those reviews, and drew some interesting inferences on what exactly were a user’s expectations from Jelly.

I have condensed my thoughts to 4 simple problems with Jelly example in the order of severity

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Holiday More in 2014

This is time of the year when we make all kinds of resolutions for the things that we want to do in the next one year! At Lifetym we feel travelling around the world and spending time with close ones should be the top most resolution! After all, these are the moments that form our Lifetym! So here we are with the list of 10 different places around the world that we feel you must go to!

Here is the complete list:

  1. Paris, France
  2. New York City, USA
  3. London, U.K
  4. Rome, Italy
  5. Barcelona, Spain
  6. Venice, Italy
  7. San Francisco, California
  8. Florence, Italy
  9. Prague, Czech Republic
  10. Sydney, Australia

Source: Trip Advisor Ratings

Paris is on top of my list !