Want a simple video capture solution? What about a potential for improved network performance in online games? Well, the Up Your Game Humble Software Bundle is exactly what you’ll want. With loads of great apps and services aimed at improving your gaming and streaming, you’re getting a lot of bang for your buck here.
• Humble Software Bundle: Up Your Game!
Spend a lone clam, and you’ll get a dedicated voice recognition program, a one-year Outfox subscription, and a screen-mirroring app to get your mobile games visible on your capture gear. Better yet, Humble will add in a 10 percent discount for your first month of Humble Monthly.
Pay a minimum of $1
Spend more than most, and you’ll get everything above plus a multi-monitor management app, a year of access to a gaming-focused VPN, and a VR-ready benchmarking app to ensure that your rig is up to snuff.
Beat the average
Go in for $20, and a $481 value is yours. You’ll get the other two tiers along with a license for Camtasia and Sangit. And for Humble Monthly subscribers, you’ll also earn a bonus $2 credit.
Pay a minimum of $20
With your purchase, you can support two excellent charities: Prevent Cancer Foundation and The V Foundation. Not only are they both working to fight against cancer, but they’re both rated four stars on Charity Navigator.
Sale Ends: August 1st, 2018 at 11AM PT
Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the Humble site for more information.
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