Huawei has announced a beta version of its mobile services for HMS 4.0 Beta at a Huawei HDG developer group event, and this beta version of what is essential in Google services for GMS is supposed to launch soon, as HMS 4.0 Beta is full of new features, in addition to major improvements On current features.
This trial version adds more features and gets closer to what Google offers, so that HMS Core on Android is Huawei’s alternative to Google Play services, and in addition to the powerful functions, HMS Core improves the access process, allowing developers to integrate HMS Core quickly.
Huawei’s account service, in-app payment and advertising services have received a significant increase in functionality, and HMS 4.0 Beta also includes new software packages, such as smart education services and dynamic poster management services, in addition to the new Safety Detect service.
Safety Detect is a system integrator, application security, malicious URL, and fake user discovery to protect consumer privacy and information security, an effort required to improve the company’s position and image regarding privacy.
Huawei is also proud that its Push Kit media and communication service has seen a significant increase in its number of users recently, with more than 38,000 applications registered today, and the daily message volume exceeding 30 billion.
Huawei’s Instant Pay service helps developers quickly and accurately reach users with features like precise payment, more notification patterns, and support for all terminals, improving user awareness and activity.
The company has previously talked about its ongoing programming efforts, especially the goal of creating alternatives to Google applications by the end of 2020, as it is communicating with the developers of the top 150 applications in India to uncover talent and try to lure the mentioned parties to join them to HMS and access the Huawei App Store, with the support of a fund One billion dollar allocation.
In light of the strained relations between Huawei and the United States, things were not easy for the Chinese technology giant, however, it did not stop, on the contrary, Huawei and its subsidiaries and sister companies have redoubled efforts to make up for the shortfall.
This was exemplified by its efforts in the 5G network infrastructure, expansion, contracts and robust Western marketing of technical accessories such as smart TVs and wearable devices, which were not affected by the trade embargo as badly.
Huawei’s software efforts were also a large part of the confrontational plans, and not only did the HarmonyOS operating system carry great promises as an alternative to Android and beyond, it goes further to Huawei’s attempt to fill the void in relation to Google’s mobile services within its current and future Android devices.