If you have ever considered purchasing an AdGuard license but you wasn’t sure enough about spending money, we´d like to tell you about one opportunity you shouldn’t miss. Have you ever heard about Humble Bundle? Probably yes, at least if you’re interested in video games. If not, we’ll tell you in a minute.
What is Humble Bundle?
Humble Bundle is known as a service specializing in sales of video games for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Linux — but with a twist. The project operates under "pay-what-you-want" sale model, which originated from a series of commercial experiments of offering bundles of games sold at a price determined by the purchaser.
The idea was suggested by Jeff Rosen, a developer from Wolfire Games, because he noted that the information about sales like that spreads at the speed of light. The most interesting thing about this model is that the Humble Bundle customers themselves decide what amount to pay. Usually part of that amount goes to some charity, for example, to the American Red Cross, WaterAid etc.
The offer you can't refuse
Another cool thing about it is that nowadays the service does not concentrate only on games. For example, today starts the special Cybersecurity software bundle sale, which contains such products as the world's best ad blocker AdGuard, the largest encrypted email service ProtonMail Plus and the popular no-logging VPN service Private Internet Access and more. There are multiple "levels" of commitment, for example, currently you can pay $15 for the bundle that would cost you $583(!) if purchased individually.
The offer lasts for 13 days, and its specifics may change slightly over time. But the bottom line is that you get some of the best cybersecurity apps for the amount you are comfortable with spending. Don't miss your chance, the clock's ticking!