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Huawei Working With Developers To Improve Its AppGallery Contents

Huawei in its continuous search to find a way beyond the US ban is working with software developers to improves its AppGallery content. AppGallery remains usable only on Huawei and Honor mobile devices.


In a tweet on Monday 24th February 2020, Huawei announced its continuous innovation to live on after being banned in the US. The Chinese phone company posted:



The ban had restricted Huawei from using apps from Google and many other US-based companies. While this had initially served as a deterrent, the company will try to use it’s own app store to fill in this void.


For now, the AppGallery is exclusive to Huawei and Honor mobile devices. The official website describes the app as:


“[a] place to discover your next favorite Apps and Games. Enjoy exclusive content and free welcome Gifts, special in-game events, competitions, prize draws and rewards only for AppGallery users. Unleash the Joy of Gaming with the latest hit titles, and discover hot new games, optimized to play faster, smoother and longer on Huawei & Honor phones.”

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Huawei further invites developers to work with it and improve its ecosystem of apps. To join this growing group, click here. Despite its effort, the new store lacks many apps for now. One user had tweeted:



This may have led some users to still try to use Google’s apps illegally. Thus, Ben Wood the lead researcher at CCS Insight analyst had warned:


“There will be many scammers who will see Huawei’s difficulties as an opportunity to get malicious code on to people’s smartphones.


“It’s a huge risk for a consumer to scour the web in search of APKs [Android files] that purport to offer Google’s missing services.”


Huawei’s struggle to stay above the flood caused by the US ban continues.


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