Now more than ever, we have been relying on our smartphones to get things done. If you’re wondering whether the Huawei P40 Pro can handle all your needs, then wonder no more.
This smartphone still carries the best of what Huawei has to offer. That includes cameras that perform just as good, if not better, than the competition. Along with a processor, memory, and storage combination that can handle whatever task you throw at it.
But the question with the P40 Pro has always been about the apps. Does it have access to apps that can maximize its hardware?
That’s what we’re here to talk to you about.
Huawei’s AppGallery is home to many apps you and I regularly use. Nearly everyone in the Philippines is on Facebook. So, Huawei made sure this was readily available on the AppGallery.
Another app that people rely on for secure communication is Viber. That’s also easily downloadable.
We’re sure you also like to keep yourself entertained. Whether that’s catching up on the latest K-Drama, playing games in between, or just watching other people do all sorts of challenges, these apps are all at your disposal.
Obviously, with everything that’s happening, you need to stay informed. The AppGallery also gives you access to reputable news sources.That’s why you should read up, so you’re not easily misled by misinformation.
Some of you might even get your info through newsletters. Don’t miss any of that along with other emails. Sync your GMail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook, or Hotmail on the Huawei email app for ultimate convenience.
Need other things Google-related? You have access to all of it through the Huawei browser. You can even make a home screen shortcut for sites like YouTube.
One of the many convenient things we can do is manage our finances at the comfort of our homes. With everyone being under community quarantine, you’ve likely discovered the marvels of mobile banking, and Guess what, the top banking apps are also on AppGallery!
Not just that! These even work in concert with other payment apps, so you can manage your finances and know for sure how much you can spend on shopping apps.
We’re sure all that browsing had you going hungry. Give in to your cravings by ordering on FoodPanda!
This is just scratching the surface. There are plenty more apps to discover and more apps coming to AppGallery soon.
So Where did the AppGallery come from anyway?
Huawei has had the AppGallery since 2018. Since then, it has grown to 180 billion downloads, and 390 million monthly active users worldwide. And those numbers continue to rise.
To make all of this even easier, Huawei put AppGo on the AppGallery. It’s essentially an easier way to find the apps you like. Just search, tap on the app you’re looking for and AppGo will redirect you to where you can get it!
Security is at the core of most people’s concerns. As it should be, no matter what phone you have.
Huawei is keenly aware of this and there’s been no shortage of information campaigns / to drive this point home.
For the AppGallery itself, the company has put in four layers of protection to ensure that it detects malicious app behaviour.
This includes things like eavesdropping on users, monitoring, and Unauthorized screenshots and screen recordings. Huawei is adamant about not touching your personal data and they’ve put systems in place to back that talk.
Huawei recognizes that the AppGallery may not have all of your preferred apps. To remedy this, there are two things you can do.
First, you can add it to the AppGallery Wish list. On the app just click on “Me”, Tap “Wish list”, and then tap “Add to Wish list” on the bottom of the screen. You can then enter the app name and add a description of the app.
There’s also a check-box that you can tick which will auto-install your requested app once it becomes available.
For everything else, you can use third party app downloaders that you can access through the Huawei browser.
We’ve opted to use APKPure for our needs. This has given us access to other most used apps like Netflix and Instagram. And they work perfectly fine on the Huawei P40 Pro.
This feature is a collaboration between GadgetMatch and Huawei Philippines
Hearo app translates sign language to voice and text
Developed and improved via the Apple Developer Academy
The phrase “There’s an app for that!” became commonplace in the early 2010s. With more people getting their hands on iPhones and other smartphones, the number of available apps also increased. A developer from Indonesia saw this as an opportunity and made the Hearo app.
Hearo is an app that can translate sign language into voice and text, providing a more seamless way to communicate with friends who are deaf. The 23-year-old Aisyah Widya Nur Shadrina created the app along with her her all-women team.
Their goal is “to build a more inclusive community where people can communicate without barriers.” The team gained the experience to do so at the Apple Developer Academy in Jakarta, Indonesia.
They were selected for the Apple Entrepreneur Camp in 2020. There, they received code-level guidance from Apple experts and engineers. This significantly improved the in-app navigation and user experience.
This year, Shadrina and her team will attend the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) virtually happening from June 7 to 11. She says she looks forward to learning more about new Apple technologies, frameworks, and tools that can help developers build more innovative and inclusive apps.
Apple Developer Academy
The first Apple Developer Academy opened in Brazil in 2013. Its goal is to provide the tools and training for aspiring entrepreneurs, developers, and designers to find and create jobs in the thriving iOS app economy.
The program has empowered students around the world with app development and entrepreneurial training. May of the said students have gone on to start their own businesses, create and sell apps on the App Store, and give back to their communities.
Since then, the company has opened more than a dozen academies across the world. Two more are on the way: one in Korea, and one in Detroit, Michigan–the first-ever US location.
Applications for the first academy cohort in Detroit — Apple’s first Developer Academy in the US — open this week. It will open in October in a newly redesigned space in downtown Detroit. It is part of Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice Initiative.
All Michigan residents 18 and over are welcomed to apply, regardless of prior coding experience, at developeracademy.msu.edu/students.
WhatsApp will turn-off features until you accept the new T&C
Facebook wants your submission before May 15
WhatsApp will continue the roll-out of its controversial terms of service, which has received a lot of criticism in the last few months for being too intrusive. Well, Facebook has made it clear that users can either accept the new terms or lose access to features.
The instant messenger has always shied away from advertisements since its inception. But its acquisition by Facebook confirmed one thing — the private, silent life of WhatsApp would change radically. The new terms and conditions are from Facebook, ensuring that all its products like Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp, are ready for monetization.
“After a few weeks of limited functionality, you won’t be able to receive incoming calls or notifications, and WhatsApp will stop sending messages and calls to your phone,” the company said. At that point, users will have to choose: either accept the new terms, or they slowly forget WhatsApp.
The moment WhatsApp starts sending “persistent reminders,” users will encounter limited functionality on WhatsApp until they accept the updates. Although, it won’t happen to all users simultaneously and will change in a phased manner.
Additionally, if you don’t use the messaging app, your account will get deleted as WhatsApp generally deletes those accounts that remain untouched for about 120 days.
The rollout isn’t going smoothly for WhatsApp, though. Germany’s data regulator has asked the instant messenger to stop processing users’ data from the country. The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (HmbBfDI) issued a three-month emergency ban on Tuesday, which is permitted under the General Data Protection Regulation.
Right now, it’s hard to gauge if Facebook will continue with its blitzkrieg or buy some time for itself and rethink the strategy. If one country has clamped down on the app, it won’t take much time for others to follow as well. Facebook is already in boiling water with American lawmakers and cannot afford to spoil relationships with any more governments.
YouTube enters the TikTok party, announces $100 million fund for creators
Short videos are the latest hype
TikTok has created a global phenomenon, and every platform is scrambling to have a share of the pie. After Instagram’s Reels, YouTube has debuted its own short-video-making feature called Shorts. Now, the Google-backed company intends to attract content creators.
YouTube Shorts Fund contains US$ 100 million, which will be distributed to creators over the course of 2021 and 2022. YouTube will actually reach out to “thousands” of creators whose Shorts receive the most engagement and views. You don’t have to be a part of the YouTube Partner Program, which is used to monetize standard videos.
Shorts must be original and follow community guidelines to be considered for the fund. Google is holding onto additional details about the fund as the feature is only available in the US and India at the moment. Instagram followed a similar strategy to lure TikTok users.
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai said on the company’s earnings call that Shorts is garnering 6.5 billion daily views globally. The company declined to provide more recent statistics for global and U.S. user bases.
“YouTube has helped an entire generation of creators and artists turn their creativity into businesses, paying more than US$ 30 billion to creators, artists, and media companies over the last three years,” Singer wrote. “The Shorts Fund is just the first step in our journey to build a long-term monetization model for Shorts on YouTube.”
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