Quora, the Q&A website where users answer everything from requests for travel tips to philosophical queries like "Why does war exist," isn't the most widely-discussed service these days. It certainly hasn't gotten the same amount of attention as, say, Biz Stone's Q&A app Jelly
But Quora is more popular than ever, its CEO insists. The company rolled out its first iPad app Thursday (nearly three years after the launch of its iPhone app); cofounder and CEO Adam D'Angelo wrote in a blog post that his first tablet app would help fuel further growth.
Though the CEO stopped short of revealing hard user numbers, he said the number of answers written per week has tripled in the last year — and that the past week "was Quora’s highest week ever across many metrics." Read more...More about Tech, Ipad Apps, Quora, Ios Apps, and Apps Software Go to Source