When you’re browsing a website, you notice things about your experience. If you notice things
are hard to find or certain links don’t work, you’ll usually click elsewhere to an experience that’s
easier for you. The same can be said for cell phone apps. What users find frustrating is valuable
information for the companies behind these websites and apps. They spend countless dollars
trying to improve their user experience.

Believe it or not, you can get in on that payday. By performing certain tasks on these apps and
websites which take anywhere from 10 minutes to half an hour, you can be a tester making $10-
$20 per website or app.


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Requirements

Before you get started making money by testing websites and apps, you have to be prepared.
These requirements are controls for the companies you’re testing for: They keep all testers on
an even keel and help identify problems.

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

  • You must be at least 18 years old. Websites cannot pay out to users who aren’t the
    age of majority.
  • You will need a smartphone, tablet, or a computer with the latest operating
    system. These can be Apple or Windows products.
  • A high-speed Internet connection is a must. This will ensure you can test without
    interruption.
  • Your choice device will need audio and video recording capabilities. You’ll interact
    with these websites and apps, and they will monitor your user behavior through
    recording sessions or by explaining your experience.
  • You should have some space for downloads. Many companies require you to
    download their testing software. These aren’t usually large programs, but it’s good to
    have a decent amount of available space, especially if you’re working with multiple
    websites.
  • You’ll need to set up a verified Paypal account. Most companies pay their testers via
    PayPal.

 

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Who to Trust

Many people are intimidated by the idea of testing because they unsure of who is actually
legitimate or reputable. Understandably, you don’t want to waste time you can spend earning,
so we’re here to help. Here are the top 5 websites that will pay you to test websites and apps.

 

1. 99tests

99tests is a community of over 20,000 testers! 99tests will ask you questions when you
get started to determine the level of tests you’re eligible for. The amount you’re paid for
test varies depending on the complexity and your skill set. They also provide resources
to advance your skills and grow your earning potential!
99tests claims testers can work freelance, part, or full-time depending on a number of
factors. Testers are paid via Paypal.

 

2. TryMyUI

TryMyUI claims testers will be sent multiple tests each week. Each test is 20 minutes
and pays $10. Graders will review your completed tests and clear them for payment.
TryMyUI pays out to users each Friday via Paypal.

 

3. UserFeel

UserFeel also provides smartwatch and Apple watch tests, giving you extra opportunities
to earn! They will provide you with a list of tasks to complete during a test. You’re given
a qualification test before you begin completing tests for clients. Each test takes 10-20
minutes and pays $10.


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4. Userlytics

In addition to websites and apps, Userlytics also allows testing on prototypes, videos,
and advertisements. Each test pays $10. Payouts are sent via Paypal each Friday.
Completed tests are eligible for payout after the client has approved your review. If you
don’t provide enough information, then clients may ask for a refund. Be sure to provide
as much information as you can.

 

5. User Testing

User Testing supplies you with assessments based on a demographic survey you will fill
out upon signing up. Be sure to provide as much information as possible to be eligible
for the maximum number of assessments.

You’ll start out with a test assessment to make sure you understand what you need to do
and how to complete your assessments. Each assessment takes approximately 20
minutes and pays $10.

Occasionally, opportunities become available where you can spend 30 minutes on a
phone call with a client while doing an assessment. These assessments pay $30. You’ll
receive the payout for completed assessments 7 days after the assessment has been
completed.

 

As you try out testing on different websites, you’ll find which system works best for you. Have
you tried testing websites and apps before? What’s your favorite site to work with? Tell us all
about it in the comments below!