Become an Accessibility Trusted Tester for new Google products!
Please note that the Trusted Tester program is a small, select group, and that not everyone who expresses interest will be accepted into the program. For this reason, we strongly encourage you to also sign up for our larger user research participant database at
Are you an avid user of Google products? Are you passionate about providing feedback and improving accessibility? If so, then you may be interested in volunteering for Google's Accessibility Trusted Tester program!
We are building out a panel of volunteer Accessibility Trusted Testers in the United States and Canada (and soon more countries) to give us more accessibility feedback on new and existing products and ideas. Potential testers will go through a screening process to enter the program. Those who are selected to participate may have the opportunity to try new Google software and hardware before the general public, and will be able to dialogue directly with Google engineering teams while providing accessibility feedback via email, phone, surveys and/or video conferencing. The feedback from our Accessibility Trusted Testers will help the engineering teams at Google better understand various accessibility needs in order to incorporate them into future product enhancements.
Comprised of a selected group of individuals, the Accessibility Trusted Testers will be asked to provide voluntary feedback in various formats, including through weekly email surveys or questionnaires, phone calls and/or brief video chat sessions.
To participate you will need to:
* Be at least 18 years old
* Accept the terms of our Accessibility Trusted Tester Agreement
* Have an active Gmail account (or be willing to create one) for Play Store access
* Be based in the U.S. or Canada
* Be able to provide feedback in English
Thank you for your time.
Google Accessibility Trusted Tester Team
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA 94043
If you have already entered your information and would like it deleted (and thereby unsubscribe from any potential future emails from our team), you may do so via the link below:
Do you currently have a personal Gmail account?
Participants in the Accessibility Trusted Tester program will need an active, personal (non-corporate) Gmail account to access new releases via the Play Store.
Yes, I have a Gmail Account.
No, I do not have a Gmail Account, but I am willing to create one.
No, I do not have a Gmail Account, and I am not willing to create one.
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