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Bing Search Engine Rating Projects vs Google Search Engine Evaluation Project

Bing Search Engine Rating Project (Side by Side Judge, Multimedia Judge) vs Google projects (Yukon/Internet Safety/Internet Assessor)

When getting into jobs as a search engine evaluator, you will find that one company will produce ratings for one search engine, such as Google, while another company will offer jobs as a rater in Bing which is Microsoft’s Search Engine. Like Google, Microsoft also needs research and pages rated just like Google.

As far as the job is concerned, it is basically the same job except you are rating results in different search engines that turn up different results. The pay generally varies depending what company you work for with some reporting earnings in the $12 to $15 dollar per hour range.

Google projects (Yukon/Internet Safety/Internet Assessor)

Some of these jobs are changing and they are being called different things such as ‘internet analyst’ which puts a twist on the tasks you are given. Previously when working as a search engine rater, you were given results that were based on generic search results. However, as time went by, Google started asking raters for permission to use their personal data. Basically, if you were surfing for stereo’s or smartphones, and you started doing this job, you’d get back results based on your surfing habits as linked to your Gmail address that you use.

The job that Raterlabs offers is a Google Search Engine and Google Playstore project where the raters are now called ‘Internet Analyst’ where the tasks you get are based solely on your personal Google use. It’s a part-time position that currently looks to be for the USA region only, but this does change from time to time. The requirements and skills to get this job are nothing that most people don’t already have if they are good at searching or surfing the internet. With this job they want raters to possess a computer with high speed internet, and also an Android phone with version 4.1 or higher, or an iPhone version 4 or higher. The job most likely involves doing ratings on both the computer and the smartphone. Sometimes tasks are available on only one device or the other. So it’s good to have them both because you will likely get smartphone tasks. It is also noted that in the description that they want raters who use Google Play often. There is a possibility that tasks involving Google Play will be available. This job’s testing and qualification is no different from the previous exams for search engine related jobs. There are three parts to the exam leading us to believe it’s the same exact material for the regular rater. The job is basically the same after all, the only difference is now its personalized to you. It is not known what the pay is for this job as that information is confidential and you sign a non-disclosure agreement about not discussing your pay. But it’s likely in the $12 dollar per hour range if its Raterlabs.

Appen Global also offers this type of position even though they also own Leapforce and likely are using them as a source of experience and also taking advantage of the workers who were already employed by Leapforce along with their experience. Appen calls their position Web Search Evaluator which likely has the same test. It is unknown if Appen supplies raters for both Google and Bing but it’s possible that they do both. All the requirements and testing are the same for Appen since they are providing raters for Googles Search Engine. But it is rumored that the pay for this position is much lower than you would get if you worked at Lionbridge or Raterlabs. This is because Appen is a much larger company with a much larger talent pool to take people from. This allows them to pay much lower wages. So in this case it’s actually better to get these types of jobs at other companies like Leapforce/Raterlabs, and Lionbridge. It’s interesting to hear that Appen is doing some interviews from Skype now.

Speaking of Lionbridge, we are getting to them next. This company seems to have a good reputation for paying people better than the other companies for the same type of job. They also offer opportunities for the Search Engine Rater but they likely offer rating jobs for both Google and Bing. Microsoft does use Lionbridge to hire human search evaluators, but Microsoft calls you ‘judges’ instead of raters. Lionbridge was known to pay raters $14 an hour for these positions although that wage has probably fluctuated over time.

Miscrosoft’s HRS project (Multimedia Judge, Side by Side Judge)

You’re probably wondering what the difference is in rating for Google or the Bing search engine. Bing has a project called Human Relevance System or HRS and it’s the system that they use to have human raters judge search results with. The HRS project is similar to the Quality Rater program that Google employs. However, it’s interesting to know that Microsoft’s version has been around since 2004 since MSN Search began generating its own results.

Not much has been written about Miscrosoft’s HRS project, but leaked copies of the guidelines are floating around that go over the process of rating or ‘judging’ websites. The difference between Googles rating guidelines and the HRS is that HRS uses what is called a rating matrix. This matrix combines the searcher intent with how well the returned document satisfies the searchers intent.

You can see the five rating options that judges can use from perfect to bad. This is the absolute heart of how you would rate returned search results. This might actually be a little easier to understand for some raters by judging just the intent and how well the intent is satisfied.

But there is one other aspect of the HRS system and the guidelines go over it in a pretty detailed manner. This is called Freshness and basically you will look at the content to see how up to date it is. Some information can be relevant but be a couple years old when some things have changed and the information isn’t updated or fresh enough to contain those changes. The Freshness system is based on three categories; Fresh Not Important, Very Likely Fresh, and Most Likely Fresh. The Fresh Not Important will be for things where the facts will never change no matter how fresh the article or the page is, while the other two will be based on the articles ability to receive fresh content.

When it comes to the difference between Google and Bing as far as their rating systems, they aren’t really all that different from each other. But if you will be working as a search engine rater, and you are looking for stable tasks, you might want to try and get Google search rating jobs since there is more volume when it comes to this search engine over Bing. Still, both jobs are decent, but it really depends on who you are employed by. Appen seems to be one of those companies that will pay people as little money as possible to make more money themselves. This was their whole point of buying Leaforce; to squeeze out the competition. So this company will pay less. Lionbridge or Raterlabs will be the places to try and get these jobs.

When it comes down to Bing, it’s not a very big project in terms of the number of raters who are hired for this as compared to the raters that are hired for Google. That shouldn’t be a big surprise because we all know that Google has a much higher search volume and a lot more users. The judging platform for HRS is a bit outdated, not convenient to use, and it only works on Internet Explorer of course. Also, the test has a part in where you have to judge the search results for relevance of around 100 items and they give you very little time to do this. Many candidates often fail the test and are unable to pass the exam.

iSoftstone is another vendor and is regarded as the main vendor for Microsoft Bing. They also have the 3 test qualification and that test seems to be the same no matter who you apply for. The first test goes over the guidelines, the second test is an English Grammar test, and the third exam tests your computer and internet skills. All work is done in the HRS platform and you have to complete a qualification for each task. There is a guideline for each one of the tasks, but you don’t need to worry because everything is explained in videos and emails. Tasks are categorized as hits or pages and for each hit or webpage that is shown you get 0.01 penny to 0.20 cents US. If you do tasks/hits quickly, then you can make easily $10-$15 dollars US per hour, and some people even more. You might be tempted to go through some of the tasks as quickly as possible because the more you complete, the more money you obviously make. However, sometimes during these tasks you are sometimes tested so you have to be very careful. Too many mistakes and they will remove you from the project and you won’t receive any more hits. ISoftstone is a bit easier to work for in that they don’t have a huge amount of work compared to Appen/Raterlabs.

Basically, what this whole thing boils down to is the individual. Some people might like working for Bing because the workload is lower, but you’re going to make less money because of this. If you need more stable work and higher than average work, then working on a project that involves Google will probably be a better alternative.

Do you work for any of these companies? We would like it if you shared your experience here in the comments. And as always, if you have any questions, let me know by email or in the comments and I will answer them as soon as possible.

Taxation for Independent Contractor’s Pros and Cons

contracting-with-an-independent-contractorIf you are working as a Search Engine Rater or Social Media evaluator for any company that doesn’t hire you directly, then you are known as an independent contractor. Regardless of whether you are an independent contractor, a freelancer, or consultant, you will be considered as ‘self-employed’. What this also means is that you are responsible for doing your own taxes. There can be some advantages to this and also some drawbacks.

Independent Contractor Tax Payer status

If you’ve been working for companies like Appen  or Lionbridge, you know that you are basically your own boss. It’s very rare that you have to work with other people in these jobs or have much interaction at all. This can be a good thing or a bad thing. Keep in mind that the people you are working for are not your supervisors. You’re a contract worker which simply means that you provide your services in exchange for a set wage or price. You are largely in control of when, how, and where the work is done. And you can do the work when you want to as long as it gets done.

Another advantage of being an independent contractor is that you will make more money than if you were simply an employee. The reason for this is because companies are willing to pay more for an independent contractor because there aren’t any expensive long term commitments and the company doesn’t have to pay extra money for employment benefits.

The other great thing about being an independent contractor and working on your own is that you get to deduct more business expenses than a typical employee can claim. Think about everything you need to do your job, your computer, your desk, your chair, even the internet connection you are paying for can all be deducted as an expense at the end of the year. This basically means free office equipment.

One of the first things that you will want to do is come up with a plan to save enough money to pay your taxes at the end of the year. Working as a freelancer means that no one is doing your taxes. Your pay is given to you all in one lump sum with no taxes taken out. It is important to understand the basic tax laws. If you are not sure what to do, it is advised to talk to a tax specialist in order to help you save enough tax out of your paycheck.

cons of working as an independent contractor

One of the big things is that contractors aren’t eligible for any type of health or unemployment benefits because you are basically self-employed. So if you need health insurance, you would have to find something on your own that you could pay per month. Now you see why being an employee has its benefits when it comes to taking care of taxes and health insurance. You can still do all this stuff on your own, and it’s not impossible to get your own health insurance, but all that stuff takes time to keep track of.

It should be noted that if you are a US Yukon project rater then you’re a part time employee and your taxes are done for you. There still are other projects that are done on contract basis.

Knowing your taxes and how much you need to deduct is the most important part. As long as you keep enough money to cover taxes then you won’t have to pay anything. The biggest problem here is not withholding the right amount or not enough taxes. A single person in the USA will pay more taxes than a married person will. So it’s important to know exactly what you should be deducting from your pay.

For the USA you must take out self-employment taxes which are Social Security and Medicare contributions.

things that can help you with tax issue

There are some tax calculators online that can be used to accurately deduct the correct amount of money in taxes, including the self-employment taxes. That money should be kept in a separate bank account always so that if anything happens with the main bank account, that money is safe. So create a savings account and put that money into the account and don’t touch it until the end of the year when it’s time to do taxes. It is important to remember that it’s better to save too much than not enough.

When it comes time to do your taxes, it might be good to hire someone that can put together everything for you including your business deductions such as your office equipment or computer that you use to do your work on. There are some limits of course on what you can deduct. Find out exactly what you should have paid and make out a check and send it to the tax government in which you live. In the USA it’s the Internal Revenue Service.

As an independent contractor you won’t pay less or more taxes than if you were an employee. The only difference is that you have to do all the paperwork yourself. However, you are able to take more physical deductions than an employee would because you provide yourself with all the tools you need to do your job on your own.

In closing, it shouldn’t scare you to do your own taxes. It’s not any more difficult than doing your taxes as if you were an employee, and you might actually get the tools you need to do your job for free.

Appen Acquires Leapforce in Multimillion Dollar Deal: What Are Potential Risks for Current Leapforce/Raterlabs Contractors?

About the Deal

In what might not come as a surprise to many, Appen, the language and search data service provider has made a move to acquire its US-based competitor ‘Leapforce’ for an estimated $105.3 million dollars. Leapforce was founded in 2008, headquartered in Pleasanton, California, and specializes in search relevance through a highly automated and proprietary end-to-end technology platform, which of course is Raterhub; the tool used by search engine raters to rate search engine results. It is a move that will make the company a leading provider in search data services. Mark Brayan, Appen company CEO said that it gives Appen the capability to serve their customers better. This deal comes after Mr. Brayan and Leapforce CEO, Daren Jackson, met a couple of years ago and remained in touch and formed a friendship. About six months ago, Mr. Jackson reached out to discuss a potential deal as both acknowledged at some point that the businesses would be better working together instead of against each other.

The Acquisition is subject to customary conditions precedent and is expected to complete on or around 7 December 2017. Appen’s existing customer base consists of, amongst others, a number of large global multi-national technology companies. The projects awarded by these companies, or the ongoing services which Appen may provide to these companies, can generate large amounts of revenue from that one client. The same is true for existing customers of Leapforce. However, and not surprisingly enough, Leapforce generates 99% of its revenue from only two customers, in the approximate proportion of 71% revenue from one customer and 28% revenue from the other customer. We’re guessing that these are both Google, and Facebook.

This brings up questions such as the acquisition of those contracts, or how Google feels about this merger of the two companies. The existing CEO and CTO of Leapforce, Daren Jackson, will join the Appen management team and will continue to manage the Leapforce business going forward. Leapforce is heavily dependent on the CEO who has the key relationship with its major customer and is key to the operations and service delivery of the Leapforce business. This of course means Google. Leapforce has only about 21 full-time staff, all of whom will be joining Appen.

What Are Potential Risks for Current Leapforce/Raterlabs Contractors?

The biggest question about this merger is finding out what exactly what will happen with Leapforce independent contractors. One of the risks that was mentioned in the acquisition merger was as follows:

“Some of the Appen Group’s search relevance and data analytics services are crowdsourced to, and often performed by, independent contractors. This is also the case for the Leapforce business. The independent contractors performing these services are retained pursuant to written agreements with a member of the Appen Group that commonly specify the individual’s status as an independent contractor, confirm the individuals are not employees of the employing company, and require the individuals to indemnify the employing company in the event the individual incorrectly represented their status to the employing company.

So if you are a Leapforce independent contractor, then you might have to sign new agreements with Appen after a certain time. And for the time being it looks like your job is secure, but its only as secure as it was before. Leapforce can at any time choose not to renew your contract for whatever reasons they see fit.

Or there could be a good chance that Leapforce independent contractors could have their contracts not renewed because Appen has a huge crowdsource pool from which to draw people from. Why do we think this? It was also mentioned in the merger agreement the following as seen as a risk factor for the merger:

“Notwithstanding the foregoing express contractual language, from time to time in the United States individuals retained by a member of the Appen Group as independent contractors may file claims for unemployment with the applicable state unemployment agencies claiming employee status with a member of the Appen Group and seeking unemployment benefits. Leapforce, being a US-based business, enhances this risk. Unemployment benefits are, from time to time, awarded by the US state unemployment agencies, which may result in nominal charges or increases to the employer’s unemployment tax accounts with the various states in which these individuals perform services and in which the member of the Appen Group does not have existing employees. The Appen Group is also subject to the usual risks posed to businesses that employ crowdsourcing, including claims relating to employee classification, claims to benefits, wage and hour claims and other employment claims.”

Of course this is true for any company when they acquire another business. But to be honest, in some markets Appen is known for paying miserable wages as compared to Leapforce and Lionbridge for the same search engine evaluation job. They have even lowered wages in some countries and pay far less than Leapforce did. There really isn’t any regard for the independent contractor in this situation.

And while its certain that all the internal employees were taken care of, as they will also go to Appen with their CEO, it is uncertain what the discussion was about the current raters. In our experience, independent contractors with both companies are simply a number or statistic. As an independent contractor for either of these companies, you are nameless, and you are expendable. This is the sad truth about being a contractor and working for these companies, along with the fact that you’re not really an employee for any company, and you have no benefits at all unless you are an employee.

And outside of this merger, it’s easy to see the behavior that this company takes against the people that help make them money. In some markets, Appen Global reduced their hourly rate for a project known as Aztec. In fact, some raters were hired with a higher starting hourly wage than others. And as mentioned before, in some countries Appen only pays HALF of what a Leapforce rater is paid.

It will be interesting to see what happens with the current independent contractors who work for Leapforce and whether they retain their contracts. One thing that is uncertain is if Appen will be calling the shots on the current Leapforce raters, or if Appen will take over and get rid of the ones that are paid more so they can take from their talent pool those who are paid far less for the same job. Regardless of the outcome, we feel that there might be a lot of raters who will end up losing their jobs in the mid or long term. After all, Appen Global doesn’t really care about the little guys who actually do the work. They seem simply set on cornering the market by acquiring their competitor, and then paying people lower wages for the same job.

If you are currently a Leapforce search engine rater or Raterlabs rater, leave us a comment and let us know what you think about the merger, what has been shared with you. We’d like to hear from you.


How To Apply for Search Engine Rater and Social Media Evaluation Jobs at Appen and Lionbridge

Seacrh Engine evaluation jobs Application process – Where to start?

Sometimes finding these types of jobs online takes a bit of research. Most of the big companies that offer these types of jobs don’t usually advertise in common places or online job boards. You usually have to go directly to the company and apply on their website. I have seen that Appen Global advertises their jobs on Flexjobs.com, but that website charges a monthly fee. I never quite understood how a company can charge you to find a job, but they are the exception.

Finding these jobs and applying for them are different for each company. Going to each individual website is the best way, as long as you know where to go, and how to apply. With that being said, this article, and the videos we have provided, will show you how to find the work from home jobs.

One of the other important things to consider when looking for these types of jobs is your location. Some of the contracts that are offered through companies like Appen and Lionbridge require you to live in the demographic area that the project requires itself. The reason for this is because the data from different regions will be different depending on location and the language.

Before you begin to apply for these jobs, or really any job for that matter, it’s probably a good idea to go over your resume and make sure it’s up to date, and that it includes only the important information that is necessary. It might also be to your benefit to have your resume checked by a professional. The resume experts at Resumewriters.com is an awesome service that I have used in the past, and having your resume edited or corrected by a professional is a sure fire way to get noticed and get you the job you want. Many of our readers have had very good results with them.

To visit their website Click Here: Resumewriters.com

Another important note is that if you have worked previously on other social media projects with different companies, don’t mention this on your CV/resume. The two most important factors about this are that you do not need previous experience for these jobs. And second, if you have worked on these types of projects before you will most certainly be looked over and turned down for similar projects. The reason for this is uncertain, but we have seen other people turned down because of this.

You can work on two different projects for more than one company. However, you need to use a different IP address for one or the other. So if you work for Appen and want to work on another project with Lionbridge, you will likely need a different IP address. Appen seems to be the only company that records an IP address and this is shown in the backend or the portal of the work dashboard. This is why it’s a good idea to use a separate IP address for another project. It might also be a good idea to use a different email between companies when applying for and working on these jobs.

Projects and Vendors Compatibility: How to Work on Several Projects and Do Not Violate Vendors Conditions? How Much Can You Earn With Lionbridge and Appen When Combining Several Projects?

Some advice when working on different projects so that you don’t overwhelm yourself is to get some experience working on one project with a company before trying to get another contract with a separate company. Most of these contracts are part time. So its beneficial to have more than one project at a time if you can handle it.

A really important thing to note here is that you can only have one contract per IP address when it comes to these companies. So if more than one person is working for any of these companies, it is important to have a separate IP address. You can usually order another IP address from your internet service provider for about $4-5 per month extra. Check with your ISP to find out if you require more than 1 IP address per household. You can read more about this in FAQ

Application process at Lionbridge – Ads Assessor, Internet Safety Evaluator, Ads Assessor 

Lionbridge search rater project is called the Google rating project (ads assessor, internet safety evaluator, ads assessor) which is the same as Yukon at Appen (Raterlabs). They also have the positions of Personalized Social Media Assessor, Personalized Internet Assessor, and Personalized Web Assessor.

Application process at Appen – Search Engine Evalutor, Rater, Internet Analyst 

At Appen/Raterlabs you would apply for search engine evaluator position first, and then based on project availability, you would get invites for Yukon, Nile, (Facebook social media evaluator) Truckee or Shasta projects. You can work on more than one project at a time.

Appen Global

Many of my readers will be interested in how to get invited to other projects at Appen Global. Appen Global offers a lot of different types of projects that you are able to work on. Unfortunately, is not likely that you would be contracted to start on projects such as the Thunderbird music project from the beginning. You would be more likely to start on a larger project first such FalconInstaAds or the Arrow project. Once you have started working at Appen, and you are on a Falcon project, like any of the social media projects that they offer, you will likely get an invitation to start on other projects as well. The more you work, and the better your performance is, the more offers you will get from Appen.

Those projects include:

Arrow (ads assessor);

Yukon (search engine evaluator);

Nile/Truckee Facebook/Instagram ads assessor projects (social media evaluator).

application process video instructions -Lionbridge, Appen, Appen Global

We thought it would be a good idea to create some quick walk-through videos to show you how to apply for these jobs and the different companies. Some of these:

Lionbridge, go to http://www.thesmartcrowd.com/workers/job-opportunities/country/russia/#jobs-list

Appen, go  to https://connect.appen.com/qrp/public/jobs/list

Appen Global go here: https://talent-appen.icims.com/jobs/intro

How long does take to hear back from Lionbridge and Appen?

It depends on many factors, sometimes immediately, and sometimes it can take 3-4 months.

It might be that at the moment of your application submission, quota of raters for your country was reached and therefore Appen or Lionbridge does not hire new rater at the moment. As soon as they fire unsuccessful raters, they continue hiring new people to maintain the required number of raters in your country.

How Social Media and Search Engines Use Human Raters in Improving Online services?

o-BIG-DATA-facebookThere is a lot of information here about the different kinds of jobs that a rater does for companies such as Appen Global, Lionbridge, and Leapforce. And over the past year or so, there are a lot more jobs than just your average rater job. There are even more types of jobs now than before. Everything from recording your voice for voice recognition applications, to social media evaluation. What isn’t generally talked about it the process and what you are actually providing as a service.

What it mostly comes down to is data. In reality, most of these jobs are simply data collection. Facebook, Instagram, and Google all require some type of data collection in order to create programming for their algorithms. Most of you who work for these companies probably don’t realize what it is that you are providing. In fact, your job is a lot more important than you think.

Google was always at the forefront of providing the best user experience for its searchers or users. And many people think that it is just their algorithm that does all the work. But no one really knew until recently when the Google Guidelines were leaked online that humans actually had something to do with it directly. As a rater, you are not actually rating the website, or giving the website you are looking at, a grade. Instead, you are using the guidelines written by Google engineers, to give the algorithm its data.

The data that you return for doing rating is actually fed to the algorithm where it judges and grades websites based on the real world interactions through raters. It is often thought that the job you are doing is actually affecting those pages and ads that you see. In a way, you are affecting them, but not directly. It is only by the data you collect that will affect websites, ads, and services in the long run once the algorithms are programmed using your data.

The same can be said for Facebook and what some of the social media evaluation jobs do. For instance, the Falcon Video Recommendations program had guidelines that were written so that when raters were looking at videos, the algorithm would know what to do concerning video’s and the content of those videos, whether they were helpful, if they should be flagged, and why they didn’t meet any quality expectation. Facebook ads also have an algorithm which is programmed by the engineers from the resulting data collected from raters. Instagram is no different. This company needs real people to rate and check ads so that its algorithm can be programmed. The videos were judged on how relevant and interesting they were, and why the videos were interesting or not. It is the information that was given on what made a good video good, or a bad video bad that was the most important data needed.

This becomes valuable real world data in which future guidelines and algorithms can be programmed. But once again, when the guidelines will change, the data needed will also change.

This is the main reason why you see some projects come and go, and why some are continual projects. Once one project has enough data, the algorithm is programmed and data collection stops until more data is needed or they make some changes in any general guidelines. Anytime changes are made in guidelines, raters or data collectors are once again needed to evaluate the current content being put online by advertisers, website builders, or even people who run Facebook pages and ads.

Some other types of projects that include the collection of data are voice recognition applications where you get a project that asks you to record your voice saying certain commands. Once enough voice data is collected, the product is programmed and tested. Some of these projects can be very interesting and I’ve seen a lot of them being offered by Appen Global as part of the talent pool network.

All these companies have one thing in common. They seek to improve their user experience. They can only improve the experience by having real world testers or raters look at the actual content, and rate the content based on the carefully crafted guidelines. This data definitely improves services and ads for the best user experience possible. Google, Facebook, and Instagram know that it would be impossible to create this experience without its social media and website raters.

How does Google use human raters in web search?

Using Whatsapp for Instagram Rating (Truckee and FalconInstaAd projects)

Using Whatsapp for Instagram Rating

FalconInstaAd and Truckee projects which are offered by Appen and Leapforce involve rating Instagram media. The Instagram rating tool is only available only for the smartphone. Writing comments using this application can be inconvenient for a lot of reasons, small screen, small keyboard, and typing the comments can become a real chore.

However, I have found a way that uses Whatsapp Web Version that you can run on your PC. This allows you to use your PC Keyword so that it’s a lot easier to write comments. You can get the web version of Whatsapp by going to https://web.whatsapp.com

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The process is simple. Once you have signed into the Whatsapp Web Version, you have to be able to send messages to yourself. The easiest way I have found to do this is as follows: (You can do these steps on the smartphone or the Whatsapp Web Version)

1. Make a group, call it “test”. Add any one contact to this group.

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2. Once the group is created, remove this contact from group.

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3. Now only you remain in this group. Rename the group as “Instagram Notes”.

Now you are easily able to create comments from the pc in your group, copy those directly from Whatsapp from the group you created, and paste those comments into the Instagram Rating Tool.

I hope this helps anyone who wants an easier way to write their comments instead of having to use the tiny Instagram application. This is especially useful for anyone that has bad eyesight. Looking at your Android phone for hours on end can cause fatigue and poor eyesight by itself.

As always, if you have any questions, leave a comment below, or email me and I will get back to you as soon as possible.