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7 Sites That Pay You To Test Websites And Apps

Since writing my last article about how to become a user tester, a lot of people have asked me if there was a way to qualify for more tests. With most of these tester websites, the more tests you complete and the higher your rating, the more tests you will receive.

Another easy fix is to sign up for more testing websites. Although I believe UserTesting is one of the top sites, there is no reason you can't perform tests across multiple testing platforms. If done correctly and efficiently, some even reported earning a part or full-time income by doing this.

Here is the list of my top choices as well as a short overview of things you can expect

1. UserTesting 

Most of you reading this have probably already joined this site (or applied). If not, I highly recommend giving this site a chance. Since I started getting paid to test website and apps, this website has given me my highest earnings to date.
To sign up and start receiving tests, you have to complete a practice test and wait for it to be approved. A Usertesting employee will review your first test in 1-3 business days. You can learn how to be a good user tester by reading my previous article on the topic.

Pay Rate: $10-$60 per test ($10 for website or app tests | $30-60 for moderated tests)
Test Duration: 10-60 minutes (Most take 10-15 minutes)
Number Of User Tests To Expect: Varies. Most say 3 a week. I usually get more.

2. WhatUsersDo

This website is a lot like Usertesting. However, it is a UK based company so those that don't live in the US might have better luck finding available tests here. Sign-up is the same as Usertesting. You will submit an audition test and wait for an employee to approve it to start receiving more tests.

Pay Rate: $8 per test. Some shorter user tests pay less.
Test Duration: 5-15 minutes
Number Of User Tests To Expect: Most say 3 a week.

3. uTest

To make money testing websites with uTest, there is a bit more of a learning curve. uTest testers perform something called "functional testing." Your job will be to find bugs (or issues) on various websites or apps. You will report the bugs on the uTest platform using proper issue reporting methods taught to you by uTest.
Although there is a bit of a learning curve, uTest offers some great learning materials for new testers. What makes uTest great compared to other website testing jobs is the uTest academy. The uTest academy allows you to prove your ability with an unpaid job which will directly affect how many tests you will receive.

Pay Rate: Much higher than most sites but varies widely. Each job pays hourly or by the amount of work you complete.
Test Duration: As much time as you want to put in. Each job usually lasts several days as test cycles.
Number Of Tests To Expect: This depends on your quality of work submitted in uTest Academy.

4. TryMyUI
TryMyUI is another general usability testing site like the first 2 mentioned on this list. The sign-up process works the same way.

Pay Rate: $10 per test
Test Duration: 10-15 minutes
Number Of Tests To Expect: 2-3 a week

5. UserFeel

UserFeel allows both app and desktop site tests. They also have occasional IPEVO camera tests available if you happen to have one. Otherwise, there is nothing very different here compared to some of the other websites on the list.

Pay Rate: $10 per test
Test Duration: 10-20 minutes
Number Of Tests To Expect: 2-3 a week

6. UserCrowd

UserCrowd is another website that pays you to test websites but with a slightly different payment model. They pay you per response instead of per test. Each test will have multiple responses.

Pay Rate: $0.10 per response
Test Duration: 1-15 minutes
Number Of Tests To Expect: Varies.


Unfortunately, they are not taking applications right now. However, is one of the higher paying sites and I'd recommend you submit your email to notify you when they start accepting applications again.

Pay Rate: $10.50 per test
Test Duration: 10-15 minutes
Number Of Tests To Expect: None until they accept applications again.

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