Huawei’s AppGallery seems to have done reasonably well last year despite everything, according to recently published figures. In a press release this week, Huawei announced that the platform now has 2.3 million registered developers – almost 80% more than last year. 530 million users worldwide use the platform monthly, spread across 42 countries compared to 25 in 2019, and Huawei’s fast-growing mobile ecosystem has been particularly appealing to Chinese developers, who have released more than 10,000 apps, including many well-known titles such as Clash of Kings, Game of Thrones and Asphalt 9.
Gaming has even spearheaded Huawei’s expansion initiatives, with the AppGallery offering five times more games than last year. The total number of app downloads in 2020 was 384.4 billion, almost double the number of last year.
Huawei has firmly established itself in the top three app marketplaces in the world and has developed its own mobile service framework, HMS Core, to provide basic infrastructure services such as HUAWEI ID and in-app purchases that enable smooth app integration across multiple devices . Now Huawei has announced that it offers 120,000 apps integrated with HMS Core in the AppGallery, an increase of 118% from last year. One of the main goals of Huawei is to maximize the relevant apps it offers in every area of news, entertainment, social media and productivity.
They also discussed their 1 + 8 + N strategy: a vision for developing a full-fledged mobile ecosystem consisting of the smartphone (1), Huawei-developed peripherals (8) and third-party IoT devices connected via Huawei HiLink and Huawei Share technologies. Huawei is essentially aiming to offer an all-in-one package that rivals what Samsung and Apple can offer, and at least the exponential growth of the past year has proven that it can stand on its own two feet.
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