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Expand your horizons and reach new users across Huawei devices – Developer Tech News

Supported by a rich ecosystem that spans both hardware and software, Huawei can help you to deliver an enjoyable, all-scenario experience for your users across multiple devices, reaching new customers along the way. In this blog, we explore how.

An interconnected experience across scenarios

Empowered with the inter-connected ecosystem of HMS (Huawei Mobile Services), Huawei users benefit from a smarter and more seamless experience across its services – no matter what device they’re using. AppGallery for example can be enjoyed effortlessly across devices, including HAUWEI smartphones, PCs, tablets, and wearables.

What this means is that if you develop for AppGallery, not only can you ensure exposure to over 700 million Huawei smartphone users, but you’ll gain access to our thriving userbase across tablets, PCs, and wearables too.

With HUAWEI Mobile App Engine, AppGallery extends the rich mobile app ecosystem from mobile phones to PCs. That means that PC users can access AppGallery for Windows to experience a range of apps, including native Windows apps, mobile apps, and quick apps. Quick apps are a type of app that can be used with a tap, save on space, are installation-free, and are applicable to any Huawei devices with screens. As of March 2022, the monthly active users of Quick Apps has exceeded 160 million, with a year-on-year growth rate of 23%.

AppGallery on HUAWEI tablets also contains more than 3,000 apps that supports App Multiplier and provides a stylus zone. Furthermore, on HUAWEI Vision, consumers can enjoy a more immersive and enjoyable gaming experience with multiple somatic apps and games available on AppGallery, together with the AI Camera feature.

Go wider with wearables

Huawei’s wide range of wearables also offers a huge potential userbase for your app. The HUAWEI Watch GT 3 Pro is one of its most popular wearables, transcending the traditional limits of smart watches to support users in every aspect of their everyday lives, from lifestyle services, travel, games, to the mobile office and health & fitness. 

This means an increase in the number of supported apps, including prominent audio, video, and gaming apps like myTuner Radio and Numpuz, health and fitness apps like Home Workout and Fit, as well as efficiency-boosting apps like Focus To-Do, TickTick, and Calculator. So, no matter what type of app you’re developing, we have a device for you!

Take your app to greater heights

For developers and users-alike, Huawei offers a range of value-add services, such as Petal Maps, Petal Search, HUAWEI Mobile Cloud, and HUAWEI Ads. This means that it can offer enhanced experiences around searching, navigation, and payment. After launching on AppGallery, many developers have integrated with HMS apps to deliver a better digital, inter-connected experience for users.

For example, travel and navigation apps such as Skyscanner, Trivago, Omio, Bolt, and have integrated with Petal Search and Petal Maps to reach new users through our search engine and maps service. Curve and Bancomat have integrated with HAUWEI Wallet to expand their userbase among Huawei smartphone owners, while also providing them with a secure, smooth, and smart contactless payment solution.

Empowered by HMS Apps and services, Huawei can help you to provide more seamless, all-scenario experiences for consumers across devices, while expanding your userbase as you go. Tap into the ever-expanding HMS ecosystem and take your app to even greater heights!As of March 2022, more than 203,000 applications are integrated with HMS Core worldwide. Check out the innovative tools, capabilities, and experiences available through HMS Core, HMS Apps, and Five HMS Basic Service Engines that can help you to create smarter, more seamless experiences for users across devices here:


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