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Many companies will pay you in cash to review their websites. They pay for your genuine feedback on their products or services; as a result of navigating and testing links, you can help them to fine tune their websites, apps and software to improve customer experience and make them more user friendly. Ensure that you update and maintain your profile as this will be used to match you with potential projects. Also bear in mind that the number of opportunities you receive may depend on your interests, demographics and the quality of your rating. You may be required to download their app or screen recording and testing software.


What is required of you?

Speak loudly and clearly on the microphone in a quiet place.

Speak your thoughts aloud as you go through the test scenarios.

Say what confuses you and what attracts your attention.

Explain what you do and why you do what you are doing.

Do the tasks as required.

Voice any useful comments that would help you to perform the task more efficiently.

Thoroughly answer the questions in writing at the end of the test.


The more devices you have, the more opportunities you will have to test. As there are thousands of persons testing, it is a good idea to sign up for most if not all of these sites to earn substantial money. So if you have an internet connected laptop or pc or tablet or IPad or game pad or wearables or Smartphone, a microphone and some peace and quiet, here are some international platforms you can join that will pay you to test websites, apps, and prototypes:

1. Usertesting

Get paid to give your feedback about a website or app. You are required to visit a site, then using their testing software, record your feedback about the experience. This pays about $10 and takes 10 to 20 minutes to complete.

Signup to Usertesting   


2. Test.io

Go bug hunting with Test.io. Get paid for finding bugs on websites. They say you can earn up to $50 for the most important bugs but they are very rare. They also state that you get paid to even verify bugs that others have found and for reviewing apps and completing scripted test cases. Payments can be made via Paypal, Payoneer, Skrill or bank transfer.

Signup to Test.io     


3. What Users Do

You are required to signup, download their screen recorder software and take an audition test. Approval takes 1 to 2 weeks. WhatUsersDo states that you will receive an invitation by email whenever a test that suits your profile is available. Each test takes up to 20 minutes to complete and pays about $8 via Paypal on the 25th of each month.

Signup to Whatusersdo    


4. Utest

Utest gives you opportunities to test some of the leading sofware on any device that connects to the internet including your mobile phone, desktop, tablet, smart TV, automobile, gaming console, fitness tracker, etc. Be sure to update your profile with all the devices you have available to use. The pay varies according to the project and you are paid through Paypal or Payoneer.

Signup to Utest 


5. Testing Time

Here is an international opportunity that can be online or offline. Signup and complete your profile and if your profile fits a particular test project, you will be given an email invitation. NB. They operate on a first come first serve basis. 


You are given opportunities to test products like websites and apps online via Skype or on-site with the client. A study test can take anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes and pays up to €50 or about US$58 for each study. Payment is via Paypal or transfer to your bank account.

Signup to Testing Time        


6. Userbrain

After signing up to Userbrain, you are required to download their Chrome or iOS app and test a sample website. You are asked to speak your thoughts while going through a set of tasks, for about 5 to 15 minutes.                 

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If you’re approved to be a Userbrain tester, you will start receiving paid tests.

Note that they do not notify you when test are available. You have to login regularly and check your dashboard for available tests. You will be paid $3 for every approved test.

Signup to Userbrain         


7. Validately


Join Validately and test prototypes, websites, and applications (including native apps) on desktop and mobile (iOS and Android). 


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You will be using screen sharing, clip creation, video sharing, taking notes, etc. and answering questions. Each test can lasts from 5 minutes to 30 minutes and pay from $5 up to $25 via Paypal.

Signup to Validately  

8. TryMyUI

For about 20 minutes of your time, you can become a TryMyUI tester and earn $10. All you have to do is video feature your screen and voice as you use a website or app and then complete a short survey. Once your test has been satisfactorily reviewed, you’ll get paid on Fridays via Paypal.

Signup to TryMyUI  


9. Userfeel

At Userfeel you will be conducting usability tests on websites. This includes tasks like finding a product on an online store and getting to the checkout process. 


You will not actually be purchasing anything but most of the time the scenarios ask you to stop before clicking on the final submit button. You will need a pc with Windows 7 or later or a Mac and a microphone. Before you can start earning you will have to complete a qualification test. For each successful test thereafter you will be paid $10 to your Paypal or Payoneer account. Each text takes up 10 to 20 minutes of your time.

Signup to Userfeel     

10. Erlibird

As a beta tester with Erlibird you get paid for testing apps, websites and hardware. As with most projects if you successfully complete a task, you will be paid $10 or more depending on the project. 


Payments are via Paypal 7 days after the end of the project.

Signup to Erlibird 


Do your due diligence. Before you join any programme, check to see if it is scam listed by just adding “scam” or “review” to the name and hit search. Listen to the chatter, not the reviews.

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