The Bug Hunt is On at MyCrowd
Crowdsourcing company MyCrowd launched a new product (in beta) for anyone wanting to find bugs and issues in their websites, web and mobile applications.
The company's new MyCrowd Test offering taps into it's network of QA testers, enabling customers to set a bounty for bugs that testers find. MyCrowd's proprietary testing platform allows multiple testers to collaborate on testing a single site or app, and all bugs are approved by the customer before payment is distributed.
The MyCrowd Test network has already found more than 10,000 bugs for beta users, with many of being cross-compatibility bugs that occur only on specific browsers or mobile devices according to the company.
“There are over 11,868 different mobile devices across Android and iOS,” explains MyCrowd CEO Matthew Cordasco. “And more than 2.4 million mobile apps between the App Store and Google Play. Device fragmentation has never been worse, and abandonment due to user experience defects has never been higher. MyCrowd Test was built to help businesses ensure that every customer would have the same positive experience, no matter what platform or device they were on. Customers simply demand that apps work right the first time.”