Taptu on the hunt for early adopter opinions


Taptu, the mobile search company, are on the hunt for your help. They’re doing a usability test this month and want to talk with early adopters, gadgety social network addicts and chronic beta testers — to give them perspective and to test out early prototypes of future releases. If you’ve got a bit of time, please do think about helping out. The Taptu person to talk to is Vero. Here’s some more details from her:

The session will be in central London (nr. King’s Cross) on January 23rd. We’ll need an hour of each tester’s time during that day and we’ll provide the phones so no need to worry about owning the right gadgets. We also provide coffee and generous remuneration to thank everyone for their useful insight. Those who feel they fit the bill and are interested can reach me at vero (at) and I’ll provide more details.

Cheers, Vero at Taptu

Thanks Vero and every success with the testing!

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

One reply on “Taptu on the hunt for early adopter opinions”

Thank you everyone for the wonderful feedback! We’ve now more than filled the sessions for next week, but if you’re interested in taking part in a future session, do drop me a line and we’ll keep you in mind the next time we want to share exciting new prototypes with our users.

And thanks again Ewan for posting this on my behalf.


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