After the whole US-China Trade War fiasco Huawei among other companies, were banned in the US, the US companies had to break ties with the Chinese company as well, and hence the newer Huawei phones do not have Google play services. However, the phones are based on Android (since its an open-source platform), but there are no Google services on-board.
The situation gave birth to an app called Huawei App Gallery that houses hundreds of applications but isn’t close to the library of apps on the PlayStore. Regardless of the situation, Huawei has been working tirelessly to add more and more apps to its app gallery.
So @HuaweiMobile has teamed up with @Deezer to give #AppGallery users 3 months premium access to unlimited music. That's 56m tracks, ad-free experience, offline and cross-device listening all included. Just download the app and claim the promo. pic.twitter.com/bsrtCgqnJ1
— R_A_F_A_L (@R_A_F_A_L) June 25, 2020
Now in an attempt to market its application store (phones), Huawei has partnered with a French music streaming platform called Deezer. The application allows users to listen to music content from records labels, including Universal Music, Sony Music, and many more. Much like other music streaming services, Deezer allows its premium consumers to download music, listen to podcasts, and share playlists.
The partnership will allow users of the Huawei App Gallery 3 months of access to the premium services of the Deezer. It includes everything mentioned above. The users only need to download the application from the Gallery and claim the promo.
Lastly, there is a huge catch. The offer is only valid for the App Gallery users in Europe, Turkey, and Russia only. Users can also check out a student offer, too, for more information head over to the link here.