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Huawei is reportedly ramping up its app store efforts in what could be another sign it was prepared for a breakup with Google’s Android

Business Insider Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Huawei is reportedly ramping up its app store efforts in what could be another sign it was prepared for a breakup with Google’s Android· Huawei is ramping up its efforts to expand its app store in Europe, according to a new report.

· The company has reportedly been holding discussions with carriers in Europe and has been pitching developers on optimizing their apps for its platform.
· Huawei's app store will be especially important for the Chinese tech...
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