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Huawei to pay AppGallery developers up to 100% revenue for the first two years

By Cookie Monster - on 8 Mar 2020, 10:34am

Huawei to pay AppGallery developers up to 100% revenue for the first two years

Huawei reportedly set aside US$1 billion to attract developers to make apps for the AppGallery and this may be how the Chinese company is spending the money.

According to its Preferential Policy of the AppGallery Service Agreement, developers will receive 100% of the revenue generated by non-gaming apps for the first 12 months. For gaming apps, developers get 85%.

In the second year, developers will get 85% of the revenue generated by their apps and games. The revenue share is higher for educational apps at 90%. The Preferential Policy applies only for developers based outside of China who join no later than June 2020.

Huawei recently claimed that the AppGallery is "one of the world's top three" app stores which serves 600 million Huawei device users in over 170 countries and regions.

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Source: Huawei via GSMArena