Huawei Mobile Services’ ecosystem is growing rapidly, reaching 700mn global device users, with a year-on-year growth of 32%.
The number of registered Huawei developers worldwide has reached 1.6mn, up 76% year-on-year, with more than 81,000 innovative applications integrated ‘HMS Core’ open capabilities.
Huawei seeks to encourage global innovative developers to work with Huawei Mobile Services to bring better and smarter experience to consumers. It has previously announced a $1bn Shining Star Programme to incentivise global developers. More than 10,000 innovative apps have since benefited from it.
“AppGallery, Huawei’s official app distribution platform, covers more than 170 countries and regions. With this coverage, we hope to share local digital innovation with the world. We want every innovative app developed by global partners to reach all 700mn Huawei device users,” said Zhang Ping’an, president of Consumer Cloud Service, Huawei Consumer Business Group.
Concurrently, globalised HMS apps such as Huawei Video, Huawei Music and Huawei Reader have brought high-quality services and content to consumers in more countries and regions.
Huawei also brings users a smarter and more convenient digital life experience with more innovative services, such as Quick App, a new type of installation-free apps, providing users with a tap-to-use experience and much less memory space.
To help global partners and developers with innovation, Huawei opens “Chipset-Device-Cloud” capabilities through HMS Core, giving developers the access to Huawei’s Machine Learning Kit, HiAI, AR Engine. HMS Core 5.0, now available globally, will further open Huawei’s software and hardware capabilities to elevate users’ experiences worldwide.
Currently, Huawei Mobile Services has established six regional centers worldwide. Huawei offers localised services globally through DIGIX Lab, Huawei Developers, Huawei Developer Day, and many other opportunities. In a fully connected world, Huawei seeks to encourage innovation in both technology and app development among global developers.
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