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    Huawei Continues to Strive to Bring Top Global Apps to the AppGallery

    Huawei, as is known, is now relying on its own ecosystem since it can no longer use Google services. Therefore, the application requirements for the device are obtained from the AppGallery application store.

    Since it was first introduced, AppGallery has now grown and has a fairly large number of applications, especially local applications. However, users have yet to find some global applications, for example Netflix and Viu.

    Related to this, Huawei Device Indonesia Developer Support Manager, Steven Pongidin said that the absence of a number of top global applications was indeed asked by many users. Moreover, the application is fairly popular and widely used.

    Answering the question, he said the company is currently working on bringing the top global apps to the Huawei app store. This effort is also being carried out by Huawei globally.

    “This is Huawei’s global effort to bring more applications, especially top apps. This is an effort that we continue to strive for. So, of course we have reached out to top apps to be onboard in the AppGallery, but we are still waiting for the process,” he said during a Huawei press conference. Developers Day, Thursday (10/9/2021).

    To note, AppGallery is currently included in the top three app marketplaces in the world. The app store is available in 170 countries and regions, and has more than 550 million monthly active users globally.

    Currently, Huawei has partnered with 4.5 million registered developers worldwide. Meanwhile in Indonesia, popular local applications and essential applications are also available in the AppGallery.

    Huawei Ready to Roll Out HarmonyOS 2.0 for Smartphone Users in Indonesia

    On the other hand, Huawei has introduced HarmonyOS 2.0 for its devices since a few months ago. However, Huawei has not yet rolled out this latest operating system for all devices and all regions, including Indonesia.

    However, currently in Indonesia, HarmonyOS 2.0 is already present on the MatePad 11 which launched last month. Only a row of other Huawei smartphones so far have not experienced the new operating system.

    “We have released HarmonyOS 2.0 on the MatePad 11. We want to see how the public’s interest and performance is. Then, we will gradually roll it out to other devices in Indonesia, especially smartphones,” said Huawei Device Indonesia Developer Support Manager, Steven Pongidin at a press conference at the event. Huawei Developers Day, Thursday (10/9/2021).

    To that end, permainan togel online terpercaya Steven said, Huawei plans to start rolling out HarmonyOS for users in Indonesia over the next six months. “At the end of this year or early next year, users in Indonesia can already experience HarmonyOS,” he said.

    Regarding the smartphone model that will receive it, Steven explained, this operating system will certainly visit Huawei’s flagship devices that have been released in Indonesia, such as the P40 and Mate 40 Pro lines.