Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo are building a joint platform for app makers outside China to reduce the dominance of Google’s Play Store. The creators can submit apps from the platform to the app store of these four Chinese companies. This was reported by the news agency Reuters. Chinese smartphone brands have been growing rapidly in the smartphone market lately. Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo have taken over 40 percent of the global market as the largest smartphone brands in the market, excluding smartphones and selling.
Demand for brands is increasing in Asia, Europe and South America. However, these companies have to be down to Google to give them the experience of Android. Now brands are trying to get rid of Google. Starting with the App Store alliance. The Chinese smartphone manufacturers’ alliance is called the Global Developer Services Alliance, or GDSA. Under this alliance, the four brands will work together with the App Store. Even a separate single app store can be developed.
Google has blocked its service since the ban on Huawei in the United States. Huawei is looking for alternatives. Market analysts say Chinese companies have a strong market position. Their alliance could have a big impact on Google’s Android in the global market. The Oppo and Vivo brands are owned by BBK Group. Other brands in the group include OnePlus and Realme brands. It is not yet known whether the two brands will remain in the alliance.