In a leaked email published on XDA Developer, an online app developer community, the Shenzhen-based company said it would like to "invite" app developers to publish on AppGallery, which it says has 270 million monthly active users.
Further to the domestic Aurora Operating System (OS), social media, search engine and antiviruses were also discussed, according to the source.
Last month, telecom firms EE and Vodafone left Huawei out of their line-up of 5G smartphones. Well, better late than never!
The moment of truth is approaching fast whether it is worth buying a Huawei or Honor smartphone or tablet after August 19. The company recently signed a deal with Russian Federation to develop 5G technology in collaboration with MTS.
Facebook is no longer permitting pre installation of its apps on Huawei phones, the current blow to China's tech giant as it grapples to retain its business drifting in the context of a USA prohibition on its acquisition of American parts and software.
An order from President Trump earlier this month effectively banned technology firms from "foreign adversaries" trading with USA companies without approval. Almost half of them is said to be delivered outside China.
The assurance by the tech company could be seen as a move to maintain its customer's base following the strict ban United States placed on it from doing business with American companies, some of which are the makers of popular chipsets and components that consumer look forward to in a smartphone.
While the U.S. and Chinese Governments begin to do battle over the "level playing field" they each wish for their trade deal Huawei suffers.
Huawei has no other option than to prepare for a future without Google after it was banned from working with American companies, and this is exactly what it's trying to do right now with an email sent to the top Android developers.
Xiang Ligang, director-general of the Information Consumption Alliance, said Google's argument is motivated by concerns that Huawei's self-developed operating system will reduce Android's dominance in the global smartphone market. Huawei certainly doesn't have the money that Samsung has, but it may not need it if its determination proves fierce enough.