Huawei launched a charm campaign in London this week in an effort to persuade UK and Irish developers to creating new apps for Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), the platform that the Chinese company is presenting as the alternative to Google's Android Play Store.
The phone manufacturer announced during its first developer conference that it would splash out £20 million ($26 million) as an incentive for developers to work on apps for HMS. The investment will go towards rewarding the teams that successfully download an app to the platform by the end of this month.
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