Since Huawei smartphones can't run google services, the company will have to provide viable alternatives to popular apps like YouTube and Google Maps. The platform could be going live by March 2020 but noting is sure as of now. The platform is created to facilitate developers games, music, movies and other applications for Android smartphones expansion in markets around the world. There's a prototype website that says the service will cover nine regions including India, Malaysia, Philippines, Spain, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Russian Federation in the beginning.
The ban on Google services in China has prompted this move from the vendors, with Huawei also developing its own Harmony OS as an alternative.
According to Katie Tower, an analyst at Sensor Tower, Google, whose services are banned in China, made around $ 8.8 billion in 2019 worldwide in the Play Store. But, if it becomes successful, it could eventually break the smartphone operating system duopoly.
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Together, the four companies accounted for 40.1 percent of global handset shipping in the fourth quarter of 2019, according to the consulting firm IDC. 'App store, pre-loading apps, advertisements, and gaming are areas that could generate new revenue, ' he said. Reports state that Xiaomi denied Huawei's involvement and the other three companies Huawei, Oppo and Vivo has not commented on this issue.
Analysts said that GDSA may be able to attract application developers by providing higher exposure.
Still, this new alliance is a clear step towards independence from Google and its Play Store in worldwide markets where Chinese manufacturers dont have many alternatives for stable app store ecosystems. "The execution is difficult, as it's hard to say which business enterprise is pulling extra weight and investing more in it". If we see at their past team project, the trio smartphone giants Vivo, Oppo, and Xiaomi came in wit a seamless new file transfer features.