Slide To Play Now Accepting Applications For Freelance Reviewers

Do you love iOS games, mobile technology, and fun in general? Are you looking to gain useful experience in writing, editing, and reporting on the App Store economy, and get paid? If you think you’ve got the chops to be a professional iOS game reviewer, we want to hear from you!

To apply, just e-mail your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample (preferably already published online, but we’ll accept an original 400 word review of an iOS game) to Andrew @ Slidetoplay.com with “Freelance Writer” in the subject line.

Freelance writers will be expected to produce approximately one assigned iOS game review each week and will be paid per article. You’ll also have the chance to pitch news articles, interviews, or feature articles if you have great ideas for iOS gaming coverage. Quality writing ability and a knowledge of gaming, iOS, and Slide To Play’s editorial style are a must. We look forward to hearing from you!

Update: This post originally called for volunteer writers, but due to the importance of emphasizing quality writing, we are now seeking paid freelance writers. Previous applicants for this position will still be considered as potential freelance writers. All of our freelance writers are and will continue to be paid for their time, talent, and expertise.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gabriel.sales.507 Gabriel Sales

    Is there any country-based restrictions?

    • http://www.slidetoplay.com/ Andrew Podolsky

      If you can write well in English and access the US App Store, we’ll consider writers from any country.

  • http://twitter.com/Niyeaux Mitch Bowman

    If you’re looking for “professional iOS game reviewers,” you have to pay them money. That’s what the word “professional” means.

    • http://www.slidetoplay.com/ Andrew Podolsky

      Rest assured, we won’t publish any reviews that don’t meet our high standards.

      • http://twitter.com/cuppy Tami Baribeau

        I don’t think that’s what Mitch Bowman was saying. He’s saying that it’s pretty disrespectful to try to find professionals yet be unwilling to pay them.

  • jeremy wills

    this is very interesting. you are making wonderful things happen here. you will get wonderful talent for free probably. this is a useful strategy. very impressed.

  • AppsGoer

    we ios. appgoer. com pays $30 per quality review