Huawei App Gallery Explained & How to Get your Apps!

The Huawei AppGallery is now the default app store for newer Huawei users and in this video, I share some details in 5 stages about how you should go about using the Huawei AppGallery and ways to get the app you frequently use on your new Huawei device. Do share your thoughts and questions in the comments below. #Huawei #AppGallery


0:00 – Intro
0:40 – Preface
1:41 – Overview of the Huawei Mobile Services
2:51 – The Huawei App Gallery
3:35 – Accessing Google Services
4:06 – Downloading via Third Party Sources
5:15 – Conclusion


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29 Replies to “Huawei App Gallery Explained & How to Get your Apps!”

  1. Francis Danso

    am using Huawei nova 7i what am facing now is things that i didn't found on huawei AppGallery and downloaded from Appfinder it keep on warning me that it can not be use because it doesn't support my device

  2. Carolina Correia

    Followed the steps both with phone clone and the on website download buttons, but services from Google are still completely unavailable. I'm using a Huawei tablet from July 2020 only as it was an offer from buying the MateBook. But it is pretty useless

  3. Da vinci

    On May 16, 2019, the US government placed Huawei on its Entity List. This government action prohibits all US companies, including Google, from collaborating with Huawei.

    This means that Google is prohibited from working with Huawei on new device models or providing Google’s apps including Gmail, Maps, YouTube, the Play Store and others for preload or download on these devices.

    Our focus has been protecting the security of Google users on the millions of existing Huawei devices around the world. We have continued to work with Huawei, in compliance with government regulations, to provide security updates and updates to Google’s apps and services on existing devices, and we will continue to do so as long as it is permitted. To be clear: US law currently allows Google to only work with Huawei on device models available to the public on or before May 16, 2019.

    We have continued to receive a number of questions about new Huawei devices (e.g., new models launching now, or earlier models launched after May 16, 2019 but now becoming available in new regions of the world) and whether Google’s apps and services can be used on these devices. We wanted to provide clear guidance to those asking these important questions.

    Due to government restrictions, Google’s apps and services are not available for preload or sideload on new Huawei devices.

    To protect user data privacy, security, and safeguard the overall experience, the Google Play Store, Google Play Protect, and Google’s core apps (including Gmail, YouTube, Maps, and others) are only available on Play Protect certified devices.

    Play Protect certified devices go through a rigorous security review and compatibility testing process, performed by Google, to ensure user data and app information are kept safe. They also come from the factory with our Google Play Protect software, which provides protection against the device being compromised.

    This has been our long-standing approach to user security and privacy and is applied consistently across all device manufacturers.

    Because of the government restrictions described above, new Huawei device models made available to the public after May 16, 2019 have not been able to go through this security process nor will they have Play Protect preloaded. As a result, they are considered “uncertified,” and will not be able to utilize Google’s apps and services.

    In addition, sideloaded Google apps will not work reliably because we do not allow these services to run on uncertified devices where security may be compromised. Sideloading Google’s apps also carries a high risk of installing an app that has been altered or tampered with in ways that can compromise user security.

    To check if your device is certified, open the Google Play Store app on your Android phone, tap “Menu” and look for “Settings.” You will see if your device is certified under “Play Protect certification.” You can learn more on

    -Tristan Ostrowski, Android & Play Legal Director


    So… My father blocked my app store with family link so i use app gallery but i cant find some games like brawl stars, he says that its not avaible in my regio and i live in netherland, can you please help me? If i can download brawl stars on my huawei then ill subscribe and like🥺

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