In recent months, Huawei’s AppGallery has experienced vertiginous, almost vertical growth, which has allowed the Chinese giant’s store to attract a large number of developers and therefore users. Born after the US ban on Huawei, the development strategy of the proprietary store is paying off the company’s efforts not only thanks to the arrival of third-party applications of international caliber, but also because of the commitment to Huawei to improve it more and more.
Improved user interface and editorial content
In these hours Huawei announces some interesting news that will find a place in the AppGallery starting today. The most important change concerns thegraphical interface of the Store, with the advent of bigger and more icons. AppGallery now features two main tabs: Presented me Categories -, in which applications and games relevant to users are selected. The company also notes that an editorial team will be responsible for writing articles, guides, and other content to support the apps in the store. These are the countries that will receive the new user interface starting today:
- Czech Republic
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Unfortunately Italy seems to be out of the European countries affected by the novelty, but we hope that it will soon become part of it. The company continues to push the gas pedal when it comes to developing HarmonyOS as well. In fact, after announcing the arrival of HarmonyOS for the month of April from Huawei Mate X2, today the company declares the objective of upgrade 200 million Huawei smartphones to HarmonyOS later this year.
To date, about 90% of Huawei’s smartphones are eligible to receive the proprietary operating system update. Unfortunately, no more information has been released on the list of Huawei devices that will be affected by the update, but we will likely find out from the next few weeks.
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