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Mobile Game Testing Tools

Increase retention and monetization by tapping into the real story of how people play your game.

Gain actionable insights through the fastest and easiest platform for user research. Watch and listen to your target demographic play your game and how they interact with your App Store page—video results within hours.

Get the human voice behind the analytics.

Bring UserTesting into every stage of game design

Mobile Game Prototyping Tool

Bring UserTesting into every stage of game design

Answer the challenging questions that arise at each part of game development to ensure a successful launch. From prototyping to unreleased builds to released builds in the App Store or Google Play Store, hear what players think and see how they behave every step of the way.

Mobile Game Testing Techniques

Types of Studies and Methodologies

Field your own studies and get results in hours or get expert analysis through UserTesting’s dedicated team of game researchers.

No matter what you’re trying to accomplish through user research, our team can help you get fast results. Tell us your objective, and we can plan out a study for the best solution.

  • remote-unmoderated

    Remote Unmoderated

  • survey


  • remote-moderated

    Remote Moderated

  • longitudinal


  • interviews

    1:1 Interviews

  • focus_groups

    Focus Groups

Fast, Easy and Secure Mobile Game Testing

UserTesting is hassle-free and easy to use. Anyone on your team can run the tests!

No SDK required—just upload your build, and we’ll do the rest of the work. For Android clients, just point the test participants to your app or prototype on the web.

Additional features:

  • See taps, swipes, and gestures
  • Video and audio results within hours
  • Access a diverse panel of over 1 million participants
  • Test the entire funnel from game development to app discovery
  • Secure and easy app distribution to test prototypes and unreleased games/builds
  • Dedicated UserTesting mobile gaming team with support on: Writing studies, Recruiting and scheduling participants (if necessary), Analyzing and compiling findings, Provide best practices