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Huawei AppGallery now gaining more momentum, improves privacy protection

Chinese tech giant Huawei is confident its AppGallery can compete against America's Google Play Store as it is equipped with great privacy protection, an executive said.
Huawei AppGallery now gaining more momentum, improves privacy protection
Huawei CEO Richard Yu

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Richard Yu, chief executive officer of Huawei Consumer Business Group, said the mobile app boasts heightened data protection against potential risks in cyberspace after investing in over 3,000 engineers to work for the platform.
Huawei AppGallery now gaining more momentum
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We place privacy protection and cyber security as the top priorities of all our business operations and strictly implement them in all phases of our products. We also have the strictest privacy and cyber security solutions in Huawei AppGallery, Yu said. 

The company explained AppGallery has deployed the highest level of verification to isolate and protect users’ sensitive data and privacy. Personally-sensitive information will never be processed outside the Huawei device, giving the user complete control over their personal data.

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Huawei AppGallery, the official app distribution platform of the Chinese group has already clinched the status as the top three marketplaces globally.  

According to the company, AppGallery, which has mainstream apps, is now available in more than 170 markets around the globe with 400 million active users.

It claimed Huawei users can find in AppGallery many quality apps, with 18 categories including news, social media, entertainment, and more. The apps are also optimized to work on Huawei devices. 

Huawei also launched Quick Apps, a platform that houses a new type of installation-free apps, providing a good user experience, powerful functions and automatic updates for HTML5 pages, but consumes very little memory space.

Huawei believes that demand for smarter apps will only increase and they want to be at the forefront to enable this massive change.

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