Winners announced for HUAWEI HMS App Innovation Contest

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Huawei announces the winners of its global HUAWEI HMS App Innovation Contest. More than 3,000 teams worldwide compete for total prizes of 1 million USD in cash.

• More than 100 winners across five contest regions won the highest prizes with each of $15,000 in cash, angel investment and major promotional opportunities
• Thousands of exciting new apps released on AppGallery during competition process
• Full list of winners published on the Apps Up 2020 website

The HUAWEI HMS App Innovation Contest for HMS developers was launched in June in Europe, China, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East & Africa, attracting contestants from over 170 countries. The contest spanned more than 100 days, as contestants found innovative ways to use services of HMS Core.

Apps Up 2020 winners enjoy a share of a USD 1 million prize pot, plus potential angel investment and promotional opportunities. Winners will also enjoy promotion of their apps on HUAWEI AppGallery, as well as free access to HUAWEI Mobile Cloud resources and Huawei Developers events, courses and certifications. Apps Up winners also have the opportunity to exchange ideas with the competition judging panel.

All contestants already have their apps published on HUAWEI AppGallery, giving them access to a market of millions of HUAWEI device users worldwide. Here are a few examples of the type of creative and inspiring inventions emerged in the Apps Up 2020 Contest:

• Europe: PlantSnap provides a platform for users to share their passion for plants, nature and the environment with like-minded people around the world. Powered by HUAWEI Account Kit and other HMS Core capabilities, it is able to identify plants in seconds
• China: Earthquake Map & Alert App provides real-time and historical earthquake data sourced from official meteorological websites,helping people around the globe.It integrates HUAWEI Push Kit.
• Asia Pacific: Spick & Span is an arcade game that encourages players to push for a cleaner world. It integrates In-App Purchases, Account Kit, Push Kit and HUAWEI Ads.
• Latin America: SOSMex is a panic button app that enables women in Mexico to alert their friends and family of their whereabouts, so they know when they are in danger. The app is built with HUAWEI Awareness Kit, among other HMS Core open capabilities.
• The Middle East and Africa: The Deaf Sign Language App (ASL) helps users learn sign language by simply saying a word or phrase so they can communicate easily with people that suffer from hearing impairment. It integrates HUAWEI Analytics Kit and HUAWEI Account Kit.

Zhang Ping’an, President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service says “We remain committed to providing developers with more capabilities, IDE and tools, aspiring to help them make their innovative ideas into reality and bring their creations to the world. Huawei welcomes all developers to join us in the HMS ecosystem and looks forward to joining hands with them to shape the future of technology.”

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