Huawei is redesigning its AppGallery store

Huawei is redesigning its AppGallery store

Announced a company Huawei announced the redesign of its AppGallery app store, which the company says now emphasizes discovery and improved navigation.

Huawei said: The experience is coordinated in part by a team of editors who focus on local trends to highlight the most relevant apps and games.

Huawei added: The improvements made to AppGallery reflect the success of the Huawei app ecosystem, which developed its global user base to more than 530 million monthly active users last year.

The new design presents applications and games with bigger, bolder designs across the entire user experience.

And theShare One user made a video of the redesigned AppGallery, and indicated that it takes a lot of inspiration from the Apple App Store.

One of the big additions is the tab called “Featured”, which displays carefully curated apps and games in the form of cards.

These cards provide direct access to download applications without first going to the page dedicated to that application.

Huawei said: The AppGallery Cards contain editorial content from articles to expert guides and reviews.

And find Below the tab called “Featured” are the “Campaigns” and “Gifts” tabs, which Huawei said: These are among the most popular features for active users.

The Campaigns tab features, as the name suggests, promotions, such as Lucky Draws, cashback offers, and challenges.

Whereas, the Gifts tab is the place where users can see which developers offer free services, such as premium accounts and more.

Meanwhile, AppGallery now has dedicated tabs for apps and games, making it easier for users to find the content they want.

Huawei says it has now been split to enable an enhanced and more focused discovery experience.

The new AppGallery is available in select countries across Europe, including Portugal, Belgium, Ireland, Switzerland, Austria, Ukraine, Lithuania, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Poland, Turkey, Romania, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark.


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