Hello, WAH family! I have discovered more sites that allow us to earn by testing apps and websites. Most if not all of these jobs should be considered extra money jobs.
Here are a few ways you can qualify to be an app/website tester;
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must live in the area tests are requested
- Good communication skills (verbal & written)
- Attention to detail
- Computer literate
- Audio/Video enabled
- Work on PC, Mac, Tablet, Android, IOS
These are the most often requested skills for app/website testers, though I’m sure they have skilled positions as well. These are the latest sites I have found to get paid to test. Feel free however, to visit previous posts associated with these positions.
Here users are are paid for testing websites. You’ll get paid £8 per review. It’s a simple and stress free way to earn extra cash in your spare time. Your reviews will be used to improve website design and messaging. Sign up with a valid email address, submit a 5 minute sample review, and qualify for paid reviews. PC required. Test will record your PC’s audio/video during the test. Pays via PayPal. Sign up is free.
UsabilityHub runs short user tests and design surveys. “Our tester program allows you participate in these tests and get paid for each response you provide.” Once you’ve accumulated at least 100 credits you can request a payout. You don’t need to be a usability expert to participate. In fact, most test creators prefer ordinary people over professional designers and developers.
UsabilityHub pays $0.10 USD per credit earned. Most tests pay 1 credit per response, and some may pay more. Responses take about 1 minute each on average, but experienced testers are often quicker, so you could earn $6-10 per hour taking tests. Pays via PayPal.
By joining the 99tests community, testers can test the latest software products, log bugs, earn money, participate in contests, network and connect with other software testing professionals. Testers with a PayPal account may register the account on the Site and payments will be made directly to the Tester’s PayPal account on the 15th and last day of each calendar month. Should the 15th or last day of the month fall on a weekend, the payment will be made on the next business day; should the 15th or last day of the month fall on a weekend, the payment will be made on the next business day. All amounts are stated in and all payments will be made in Indian Rupees.
Become an Ubertester, earn money, and test pre-released amazing mobile apps and exciting games from the leading mobile developers around the world, and all in your spare time. All you need is a smartphone or tablet, some previous experience in QA, and some free time to do the testing. Must pass their ‘test’ to be accepted. Must sign up on a PC.
Here users are paid to download and try IPhone and Android apps. And are now also looking for people to record videos of their screen as they review websites and talk about their experience as they go through the website. Compensation will probably be US$5 per app tested, or $10 per website video review. Feedback will be more detailed and follow up questions from the customers may be required (though you will be compensated for your additional time if it happens!) Pays via PayPal and Venmo.
“We’re always looking for tech-savvy people who are living a mobile lifestyle. Make money by providing us with your time, opinion and expertise.” Mob4Hire’s community includes over 65,000 people in 185 countries with thousands of different devices. Community members use their own devices on their local networks to allow for true global localized tasks and tests. Members perform a myriad of tests and tasks in exchange for fair pay. App available on Google Play.
This site is for experienced developers to perform app and website tests. Top startups and companies use CodementorX to hire freelance developers for Usability testing jobs and projects. Project payments can range from several hundred to several thousand dollars.
Designers are always looking to talk to people just like you to get feedback on their apps and websites. Earn up to €50 per hour for taking part in friendly user interviews and user testing sessions. All you need is a stable internet connection and some free time. A computer/laptop with a stable internet connection and webcam required. Payment arrives usually (7) days after the test. Pays via PayPal.
Here users will test websites/software/mobile applications and video games To find all of the issues that they contain. To identify the source of the issues. To deliver a clear and concise list of issues in short timeframes. Users can receive higher incentives according to their “tester score”.
10. Netizen Testing
Get paid $7 for each website you review. Each site only takes about 10 – 15 minutes to review. You will need to review websites and record your thoughts while using the sites. You will need a working microphone, speakers, and head phones to perform tests. Only accepts testers from; Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines.
Sign up to become a freelance software tester. As a tester with BugFinders, you get paid for every valid bug that you identify. You’ll work head-to-head with others testers to identify bugs in functionality and code across a range of mobile apps, websites and software. Pays weekly via Payoneer or PayPal.
Testers get paid $30 for each completed test. A test consists of a 20 minute recording and answers to four follow-up written questions. Very rarely (less than 1% of the time), a client asks for a refund because they’re dissatisfied with the user. You don’t get paid when this happens. Sample test administered before consideration. Payments are made daily for jobs completed seven days earlier. Pays via PayPal. Users must live in Australia.
Sign up to become a website tester. Have fun and earn money in your free time. Users must live in the UK/London area.