Humble Bundle now available on Google Play

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The Humble Bundle application is now available for Android devices. At first, the app was called Humble Indie Bundle and was used for selling indie PC games online, the prices being set by the buyer. Now, the app lets you manage games directly from your Android smartphone / tablet. Before the Humble Bundle, you had to download the games’ APKs. Now, you can install purchased games through the app directly to your Android hanset and be notified when updates are available. The app also comes with an option which allows you to see whenever new bundles are launched. The app is very popular and had great success until now.

If you are a gamer, you can download the app from Google Play Store. But beware, it is still in beta so you might be dealing with some bugs and errors. Hopefully, the problem will be fixed soon. According to our source, each collection or bundle contains bonus items like extra games, content, or even source code, sometimes for free and sometimes for a minimum cost. The Google Play Store mentions the app will require Android 2.1 and up. When deciding to install the Humble Bundle on your Android device, be sure you have 759k of free space.

Humble Bundle Android app

Humble Bundle Android app

The Humble Bundle app was released August 29 and has been installed, until now, by 10,000 to 50,000 users, which seem to be pleased by it. The money that the developer gains from selling the app can go to foundations, game developers, or even them. You can choose whatever you want from the list. So not only do you purchase yourselves a nice app, but you can also help the needy. I personally don’t give time into playing games on my smartphone, but I recommend this app to those of you who do.

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