- Post 09 March 2017
"We're still working out details, so there are unknowns," Stone said.
"Human powered search, a subjective search engine, and discovering things you didn't know you need to know. These are all key to Jelly!" Stone said.
But for all the fame of the co-founders and hype when it first launched, Jelly's business never, well, jelled, Techcrunch.com reported.
The app has only ranked in the top 1,500 for iOS sporadically since launching in 2014, so it is hard to get reliable download estimates, according to Sergey Bystritskiy, Director of Data Science, SensorTower.
It is currently ranked at no 1,293 for the Social Networking category on iPhone in the US. It is not currently ranking on Google Play in the US, the report said.