Humble Bundle is a site known for letting you buy a bundle of video games for less than the price of one game. Sometimes the games are Windows-only, but a growing number of bundles include support for Linux and/or Android and the team offers a Humble Bundle Android app that you can use to download games and/or updates.
But Humble Bundle isn’t just for games anymore… the site also offers bundles of eBooks and occasionally audio content as well.
Enter Humble Bundle 2.0 for Android. The app has just graduated from beta status, includes a much-improved user interface, and supports audio, eBooks, and games.
The new app has sections for all of your Android games as well as a section for Game Updates, letting you know when there’s a new version of a game you already have available for download.
You can’t use the Android app to download or manage PC games, but basically any Humble Bundle content you’ve purchased which you can use on an Android phone or tablet should show up in the mobile app.
Version 2.0 also features a new card-style user interface that gives it a more modern look… although it’s still a pretty basic app. Even this UI might look a little dated in a few months though, when Google rolls out Android L with its new “Material Design” user interface.
Looking for an excuse to use the app? The latest Humble Bundle lets you name your price for up to up to 9 Android games and 7 game soundtracks. The Humble Mobile Bundle 6 runs for another 5 days. Or you could snag dozens of digital comics from the Humble Boom Studios Bundle.