The MobilCrowd usability testing service connects application developers with beta testers, enabling developers to focus on building innovative mobile applications and offload the challenge of recruiting beta testers.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
Strategy Bit Consulting LLC has today announced the debut of its MobilCrowd service, a vital new tool for mobile app developers in need of essential usability testing. MobilCrowd is a new usability testing service that connects mobile application developers to a network of beta testers and early adopters. The MobilCrowd testing service combines the best of mobile technology with crowd-sourcing to help mobile application developers recruit new usability testers to obtain product feedback.
Currently, the iTunes Store is home to more than 700,000 mobile applications, with over 1,000 new applications launched daily. Given this intense competition, usability is a key differentiator for building successful applications. Mobile application developers need a way to recruit and retain a large number of beta testers and early adopters in order to obtain user feedback on new features in development. The MobilCrowd usability testing service addresses this need.
According to Marc Reiners, founder of Strategy Bit Consulting LLC, “a key challenge for some of our mobile developer clients has been securing early adopters to review new application features. Our new MobilCrowd usability testing service connects application developers with enthusiastic beta testers, enabling developers to focus on building innovative mobile applications and offloads the challenge of recruiting beta testers.”
To learn more about Strategy Bit Consulting and the MobileCrowd usability testing service, visit http://www.StrategyBit.com.
About Strategy Bit Consulting:
Founded in 2011, Strategy Bit Consulting LLC offers startup funding, advice, product management and technical marketing services to technology startups looking to fund, build, and market innovative mobile applications.
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