Need accessibility testing services? You’ve come to the right place.

Person with beard sitting in wheelchair in front of screens showing icons indicating visual and hearing impairmentsAccessibility testing services are becoming more popular for many reasons. Some companies are concerned about legal issues if their websites and apps violate federal standards. Others want to make sure that everyone has equal access to content. Whatever the reason, accessibility testing services can help your business or non-profit be usable by all.

Website & Mobile App Accessibility

Whether you have a website, desktop software, or an iOS/Android mobile app, our accessibility testers can help ensure that your platform is compliant. We even partner with other accessibility testing agencies, so you’ll have access to the best testers for your specific needs.

Custom Accessibility Testing Process

We know that accessibility isn’t one size fits all. Some clients want to make sure their software doesn’t have any crucial issues. Others want us to test and provide certification for WCAG 2.1 or 2.2  AA or AAA. (More details on Web Content Accessibility Guidelines below!) Some teams are primarily focused on making their software more accessible for those with visual and hearing disabilities. Others are looking to include fixes for users that have issues with mobility or learning disabilities.

We can customize our process based on your goals. And whether you prefer to be hands-off, or have accessibility testers work directly with your developers to help guide the fixes, we’re here to make things easy and smooth for your team.

Manual and Automated Accessibility Testing

We can help identify accessibility issues with manual testing, automated testing, or both. While automated testing can’t catch everything, it’s great to have in place for any technical issues your software might have. And with manual testing, our experienced testers will personally audit your website or app for accessibility and user experience issues.

Get Help with Next Steps

If you’re not sure what to do with the accessibility bugs we find, we can help! We can guide you on next steps so that your developers can fix the issues we find. This will ensure that your current accessibility issues are fixed. Furthermore, it will help your developers understand how to build upcoming features in more accessible ways, saving time and money upfront.

WCAG Principles

If you’re not  familiar with WCAG, that’s okay! Whether you’re looking to follow accessibility law for America or globally, we can help break down everything you need to know. “WCAG” stands for Web Content Accessibility Guide, and there are different levels of guidelines (with A as the lowest, and AAA as the highest).

The Web Content Accessibility Guide has four main principles. No matter what type of disability a user has, they need accessible web content to be:

  1. Perceivable: users need to be able to perceive the information on the screen. (For example, if the user is blind and the information is only presented in a picture without a description, they won’t be able to perceive it.)
  2. Operable: users need to be able to use the interface. (For example, if a captcha only provided an audio option, a user that was deaf wouldn’t be able to use it.)
  3. Understandable: users need to be able to understand the info on the screen.
  4. Robust:  users need to be able to interact with the content even as new technologies come out.

We test against WCAG standards and use a myriad of screen readers (including JAWS and NVDA), magnifiers, talk-back software, and many other assistive technologies commonly used by real users. In addition, we also work with testers with relevant disabilities, who can point out any unexpected issues.

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Looking for Accessibility Testing Services? Contact us!

We’d love to help make your mobile app or website more accessible. Whether you want a simple audit with accessibility suggestions, or strict conformance against legal standards, we’re here to work with you. We can even work directly with your developers, to recommend specific ways to fix the issues we may encounter.

You can contact us using the form, or email us at You can also call or text us at 310-272-5746.


    Are all of your staff located in America?

    Yes! 100% of our staff — from management to testers — are located in the USA. Our headquarters are in Los Angeles, and we have software testers in every American time zone.

    How experienced are your testers?

    All of our testers have years of experience testing websites and mobile apps. As far as we know, we’re the only software testing company consisting solely of highly experienced American testers.

    If you’re looking for offshore software testing services, we’d still be happy to refer you to the best option for your budget.

    What types of software do you test?

    We test websites, mobile apps, and other software of all shapes and sizes. We also have exclusive partnerships with other QA vendors, so we can get you discounts on security, game, crowd testing, and any other type of testing.

    What browsers and devices do you test on?

    We can test across 200+ browser/device combinations.

    With every client, we also take budget into account before recommending a scope for compatibility testing. See below for examples of browsers, operating systems, and devices we can test on.


    • Chrome (going back up to 30 versions)
    • Firefox (going back up to 30 versions)
    • Safari (going back up to 10 versions)
    • Microsoft Edge (going back up to 5 versions)
    • Internet Explorer (going back up to 6 versions)

    Operating Systems:


    • Mojave
    • High Sierra
    • Sierra
    • El Capitan
    • Yosemite
    • Mavericks
    • Mountain Lion
    • Lion
    • Snow Leopard


    • 10
    • 8.1
    • 8
    • 7
    • XP


    • 13
    • 12
    • 11
    • 10
    • 9
    • 8
    • 7

    Android OS:

    • 10
    • 9
    • 8
    • 7
    • 6
    • 5



    • 11
    • 11 Pro
    • 11 Max
    • XS
    • XS Max
    • XR
    • X
    • 8
    • 8+
    • 7
    • 7+
    • 6
    • 6S
    • 6S Plus
    • 5S
    • SE


    • Pro 12.9
    • Pro 11
    • Pro 9.7
    • 6th gen
    • 5th gen
    • 4th gen
    • 3rd gen
    • 2nd gen
    • Air (1, 2, or 2019 version)
    • Mini (2, 3, 4, or 2019 version)


    • Galaxy S10
    • Galaxy Note 10
    • Galaxy S9
    • Galaxy S9+
    • Galaxy S8
    • Galaxy S8+
    • Galaxy S7
    • Galaxy S6
    • Galaxy S5
    • Galaxy S4
    • Galaxy A8
    • Galaxy Note 9
    • Galaxy Note 8
    • Galaxy Note 4
    • Galaxy Note 3
    • Google Pixel 3 XL
    • Google Pixel 3
    • Google Pixel 2 XL
    • Google Pixel 2
    • Google Pixel 1
    • Google Pixel 1 XL
    • LG G6
    • LG G5
    • Moto X

    …and many more.

    Do you require long-term contracts?

    Nope! Our software testing minimum is only 20 hours. After that, whether you never need QA services again or only want 10 hours of testing here and there, you have total flexibility.

    How soon can you start?

    We can often start within days of receiving your request.

    Can you help figure out what kind of testing I need?

    Of course! We’d love to learn more about your situation. We can recommend software testing options based on your budget and needs.

    What type of clients have you worked for?

    We work with everyone from big companies to small start-ups to non-profits. You can check out our QA portfolio to learn more.

    Do you offer discounts to non-profits?

    We do! If you’re a non-profit, we’d love to give you a discount. Simply contact us to find out more. We also donate 10% of profits to non-profits and charities.

    What's the process for moving forward?

    We make our onboarding process as flexible as possible. You can check out our QA onboarding process to learn more.

    How much do your mobile testing services cost?

    To find out our hourly rates, you can contact us using the form. You can also email us at, or call or text us at 310-272-5736.

    Our workers have tested mobile apps and websites for: