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Re: [Appsforkids] Recruiting Kids for User Testing

From: Amit G.
Sent on: Saturday, January 19, 2013 11:17 AM
Hi Vanessa,

We work on a lot of kids apps and recently did form a group for our game The team is still available. and we can ask them to test your game as well. Do share the specifics.

Amit Godbole

On Sun, Jan 20, 2013 at 12:16 AM, Barbara Chase <[address removed]> wrote:
A few low-cost ad-hoc approaches I've used:

 - connect with family and friends at a park, and then other parents/kids often gather and are willing to test
 - connect with neighbors and make contacts at the local elementary school
 - connect with homeschooling groups -- they love to test apps!
 - use TestFlight with some of your current customers (if you already have apps)

Good luck,

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