Google chopping ties with Huawei has long been during the news lately. The Chinese tech large took An important hit just after it had been blacklisted from the US governing administration, and was So compelled to suspend organization With all the Us residents.
Nothing too upsetting for Huawei though, as they were already well-prepared for a fight. Huawei says that they had been preparing for a potential blacklisting for 6 years. The company has already developed their own OS, and is now working with Aptoide to replace the Google Play Store on Huawei devices.
This information was verified by Aptoide’s CEO, Paulo Trezentos, but he also claims that practically nothing is finalized as of nevertheless. As Aptoide is usually a Portugal primarily based organization, the ban doesn't influence them.
However, Huawei has its own app store, the Huawei App Gallery. At this stage, it is currently unclear whether Huawei will implement or provide Aptoide as a separate app in its existing app store.
The Huawei App Gallery has a smaller app base compared to Aptoide, which has over 900,000 Android apps available on it including chat room app. So we will probably see the content of Aptoide blending into the Huawei App Gallery.
Huawei obviously has great plans in his works. It is not shocking that the company comes back despite the huge blow, since it has grown so big and influential.