According to reports from reuters, Chinese smartphone maker Huawei will be joining forces with other smartphone makers to upload apps onto all their app stores.
This will follow, after the tech giant successfully creates its platform for developers of games, music, movies and other apps to market their apps in overseas markets.
The smartphone makers to partner Huawei with regards to this move include Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo.
The four companies according to reuters are working on the final details of what they call the ‘Global Developer Service Alliance’ (GDSA) likely to launch in March.
Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi confirmed they jointly developed the GDSA as a way to upload apps to their stores simultaneously but Huawei is has refused to comment on the issue.
Huawei earlier launched its own apps store and a major campaign to win over developers. This follows US trade restrictions against the company limiting its access to the Google Play Store and Google apps.