HMS Core is a suite of tools to help potential application developers create applications for the Huawei ecosystem faster.
The Chinese company Huawei, which is trying to maintain its position in the global smartphone market amid US sanctions, is working on an alternative to Android and its own version of Google services.
This week it became known that the company announced the launch of a set of services and applications HMS Core 4.0 worldwide. Huawei hopes this step will help developers create content for the AppGallery app store, which will become an alternative to Google Play.
HMS Core is a suite of tools to help potential application developers create applications for the Huawei ecosystem faster. It includes a full set of open applications HMS (Huawei Mobile Services) and HMS Core, as well as development and testing tools. The launch of HMS Core 4.0 is an important milestone for Huawei in building its own global ecosystem.
The list of new HMS Core 4.0 services includes machine learning services, text services, code scanning, communication, security, dynamic tag manager, fast authentication and user identification, location, sports and fitness services, and so on.
The audience of the store Huawei AppGallery already has more than 400 million users per month. Most of them are located in China, but the dynamics are very positive. More than 1.3 million application developers for the AppGallery are already registered, with more than 50,000 applications integrated with the HMS core.