|Developer(s)||Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.|
|Initial release||2011, in China|
22.214.171.1241 / 1 November 2020
|Platform||Android (open-source), HarmonyOS|
|Included with||Huawei and Honor devices|
Huawei AppGallery (abbreviated AppGallery onscreen) is a package manager and application distribution platform, or marketplace 'app store', developed by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. for the Google-developed open-source Android operating system. AppGallery is used by 420 million active users on 700 million Huawei devices.
Huawei AppGallery, launched 2011 is pre-installed with all new Huawei mobile devices. When Huawei's new devices lost access to Google Mobile Services (GMS) and other Google applications due to the China–United States trade war in May 2019, the company could not use Google services on some of its new phones, especially the Mate 30, and began to release its phones using only AppGallery, and its own proprietary Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) without GMS, Google Play store, and all other Google apps installed on them.in China, and 2018 worldwide,
As of third quarter 2020[update], AppGallery has reached 350 billion app downloads. As of 2020[update], AppGallery had 490 million users in over 170 countries and regions, and nearly 1.6 million developers.
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