Huawei keeps scoring small victories in the big quest of bringing AppGallery up to speed and making it a worthy alternative to the Google Play Store.
The company just announced that Moovit, one of the biggest urban mobility apps, can finally be downloaded from the its in-house app store, providing an urban mobility solution to its users.
Moovit is an Israel-based service provider and also acts as a journey planner. The platform essentially gathers API frameworks from public transport companies worldwide and provides real-time stop-by-stop navigation, where available.
Over 865 million people from 3200 cities in 106 countries have used the application that offers commute options such as bus, metro, train, bikes, e-scooters, car-sharing and ride-hailing.
The app is already available on Huawei AppGallery, but it can also be accessed via your web browser at moovitapp.com. The company say it has customized its web interface for Huawei’s own browser, but it can be accessed on virtually any device.
Moovit’s power comes from its huge library of public transport data and a massive army of 700,000 local volunteers, acting as editors, helping with changes at a local scale. With the help of Huawei AppGallery, Moovit will be available in at least 100 countries in 45 languages.
Previously Huawei also welcomed HERE WeGo, TomTomGo, Maps.me and Sygic on its virtual store shelves, giving those who wish to stick with its phones through these turbulent times a decent selection.