uTest Puts a Face on its Crowdsourced QA Community

uTest,  the crowdsourced software testing start up, has relaunched its website today, putting a face into the crpwdsourced community of QA testers.

The new site includes the ability to “Meet the Testers”, letting anyone to drill down into the 16K strong testing community through an interactive map by country, OS, browser, tester experience, etc. In addition, uTest has added new community forums with to allow all testers to share ideas and best practices.


In an interview to VC Cafe earlier this year, uTest’s CEO Doron Reuveni mentioned that the focus of the company right now is on marketing and recruiting.  The relaunch seems to be a step in the right direction. 

Below is Doron’s emails to the uTest community:

Dear uTester:

We have some exciting news to share with you. Today, after months of preparation, uTest launched a new website that offers a crisp, clean new design, as well as increased functionally and enhanced knowledge-sharing features.

Also, you now have access to our new Testers-Only Forums that make collaborating and networking with your peers fast and easy. Testers will also find other useful information in these forums, including information about new versions of the uTest platform, QA tips and resources, contests, best practices and more.

Register today for your forums account. Be sure to use the same email address that is associated with your uTest account.

For a complete run-down of all that’s new in this exciting launch, check out the redesigned uTest blog.

Best regards,

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Doron Reuveni
CEO & Co-founder
uTest | On-Demand Testing

 uTest enables customers to get their web, desktop and mobile applications tested through a global community of QA professionals using a monthly subscription model. Prices start at $1500 a month.

Eze Vidra

Eze is startup investor and advisor. Until recently he was a General Partner at Google Ventures Europe. Before joining GV, Eze started Campus London, Google's first physical hub for startups, and led Google for Entrepreneurs in Europe. He's an experienced product manager and startup mentor. In 2012 Eze founded Techbikers, a non-for profit supporting children education in developing countries.

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