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Huawei was developing its own version of Play Store



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Huawei already has its own app store for Huawei and Honor smartphones as “App Gallery”, now a new report claims that the company was developing its own version of Google Play Store but was in suspense due to the recent ban in the US.

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According to Bloomberg, Huawei told its partners that by the end of 2018, it would have 50 million Europeans using its own version of app store instead of Google’s. The company also asked mobile carriers in Europe to spread this new app store even to even more.

After Trump signed its restriction on Huawei’s business in the US, Google has also stopped its services to Huawei restricting its smartphone from getting any software support after announcement and exclusion of Google Play Store from its future smartphones.

And without Google’s support, Huawei’s app store plan is reportedly failed, that’s because Huawei smartphones are still using the Android operating system, and relies on Google’s applications to attract consumers.

Currently, Huawei has not commented on this subject but you can stay tuned for information on this story.

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.