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Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) introduces five basic service engines



Huawei at HDC 2020, shared an update on Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) ecosystem and introduced five basic HMS service engines to global developers, including search, map, payment, browser, and ads.

1 HMS search engine is available in more than 170 countries and regions around the world. Offering an innovative and diverse search experience in over 20 vertical industries including app, sports, finance, and more, it supports more than 50 languages.

2 HMS map engine has collected more than 180 million pieces of POI information and open 11 capabilities such as route planning, drag-and-drop 3D scene layout, full-scene spatial computing capabilities, and precise AR walking navigation. Currently, more than 2,000 local apps have integrated with HMS map engine.

3 HMS payment engine provides developers with global and localized mobile payment capabilities, helping developers to achieve business success. Since HDC 2019, the number of local applications integrated with IAP services has increased by 619%.

4 Huawei Browser provides intelligent, accurate, and high-quality web browsing services, as well as support for Quick App distribution.

5 Huawei Ads provides efficient traffic monetization services for developers, to achieve further commercial success. It provides efficient traffic monetization services for developers expanding into global markets. With over 3,100 global apps connected to HUAWEI Ads, global developers are accelerating their commercial success.

In 2020, over 1.8 million developers registered with HMS, which is double the number of registered developers last year. As of September 2020, 96,000 global apps have integrated with HMS Core.

HMS Apps continue to launch globally, with content apps such as Huawei Music, Huawei Video, Huawei Themes, Huawei Reader, and Huawei GameCenter taking centerstage in various countries and regions.

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