Many years ago, Huawei stopped being simply a company that makes tech items. Today, the communications giant offers more than smart phones, watches or headphones. What it seeks to deliver is a complete ecosystem, which works from the processors of the equipment to its services.
And an important part to ensure the functioning of this ecosystem is to have a robust, reliable and varied application store. And in less than a year, AppGallery has become one of the top three mobile app stores in the world. With a total of 1.8 million registered developers and 490 million unique users visiting it every month, the support that AppGallery has within the tech world is increasing.
But the company’s work is not simply measured in numbers. AppGallery today is already rising as an increasingly attractive option for users of all kinds, whether they are demanding or casual.
Security, for example, is paramount. Each application that wants to reach the store has to go through a four-layer system designed to detect malicious behavior, check privacy and ensure the security of the applications.
Along with that, Huawei has done a great job of delivering an offering that is locally relevant. That is, with app recommendations for users depending on their geographical location. This is how the main banking apps of our country can be found within the catalog, which was also possible due to the security standards offered by the store.
Other examples of relevant applications for users in our territory are food services such as OrdersYa or Ticket App from Junaeb. Telecommunications companies such as Claro or Virgin Mobile have their services for clients, as well as shopping stores such as Jumbo, Ripley or Dafiti. Of course, other international companies such as Aliexpress and Zara are also part of the offer.
Another of the strengths that AppGallery offers is the Quick Apps service: these are applications that are accessed through the mobile browser, so they have several advantages such as not using phone memory, being faster when loading and also, working independently of the range of phone we are using.
Of course, no app store is complete without its fair share of games. And in AppGallery there is plenty. Among them are: Garena Free Fire, Saint Seiya Awakening, Rise Of Kingdoms, AFK Arena, Lords Mobile, WWE Champions 2020, Looney Tunes, World of Mayhem, Digital World (Digimon), Z Warrior Legend, Pokemon Legends and Asphalt 9, only to say a few.
Huawei’s commitment is to continue growing this platform, which is already present in more than 170 countries around the world.