If you don`t provide the beta app for free, please set your payment terms here. Include the price you calculate and the payment methods you prefer or accept. On the other hand, paid testers are usually treated by a third-party service. Here is an example of Kony App Playground: Scope of Agreement. Beta customers will be allowed to take advantage of this contract to test and provide information feedback and other feedback on PlanGrid on one or more proprietary hosted software applications, non-commercial, application platform interfaces, services, features and/or features related to the existing account, as described in more detail in the beta test order form (the „beta products“). This agreement applies to all beta products made available to PlanGrid`s beta client, including, but not exclusively, all beta products identified by PlanGrid as „beta“ or a similar stage of development. PlanGrid reserves the exclusive and absolute discretion of the beta products made available to the Beta customer during their lifetime. While the beta customer is not obligated to use or activate beta products, the beta customer, if he chooses to do so, is subject to the terms of this agreement. When planning a beta test, a common error by app developers is not taken into account with respect to the legality of the test. Just because the application is still in the pre-release phase doesn`t mean it`s normal to give up formalities. In fact, it is doubly important for a beta test specifically because it is not yet out of development and has not been released for the public. This is only the legal language for „the duration of the beta test.“ You want to specify here the originally expected duration of your beta test after the end of the license. If your beta test is not timed, you should also mention the test extensions and as advertised.
In addition, you should define here the right of both parties to terminate this agreement and for what reasons. Beta testing contracts generally give both parties the right to terminate the contract following a notification, for one reason or another.