Due to an embargo from the US, Huawei is said to be developing its own mobile operating system, called "Ark OS" or "HongMeng OS". Not only that, some recent rumors suggest that this Chinese company is creating its own app market, which can be called AppGallery to replace Google Play Store.
Now, according to a new report by XDA Developers, Huawei is approaching app developers to convince them to create apps on AppGallery similar to the Google Play Store name.
Specifically, a famous developer who wants to keep his identity secret has shared an email invitation sent by Huawei to join AppGallery. Email said Huawei's AppGallery has 270 million active users every month with 350 million phones sold and half of them are sold outside China.
In the email, the company also promised developers will fully support them to help them publish their Android app in AppGallery with free membership in a community of 560,000 fellow developers.
This information comes after strong suggestions that Huawei is working on its own operating system called Ark OS to replace Android. But the question is how will they replace popular applications like YouTube, Gmail and many other applications used by Android users?
A recent report shows that Huawei is negotiating with Aptoide, a third-party app store to solve this problem, but it is unclear what the results are. And of course, all this also depends on the trade ban, if the US and China finish negotiating an agreement, which could also lead to a relaxation of Huawei's ban.
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