In the absence of access to Google services for its smartphones, Huawei draws its own music application. The Chinese brand has benefited from the presentation of its new P40 to announce the arrival in Europe of Huawei Music, an equivalent of Spotify, Deezer or Apple Music.
Like its competitors, Huawei has signed agreements with the three majors of the disc: Universal, Warner and Sony – as well as a multitude of independents. This allows it to offer around 50 million titles on its platform, an offer equivalent to that of the competition.
Already 160 million subscribers in China
Nothing very original in terms of functionality, the brand focuses on efficiency: highlighting popular albums, listening to stations in different styles and playlists shared with the community.
Already available in China where it has more than 160 million subscribers according to Huawei, the service will cost 9.99 euros in France with a welcome offer of three months free. It is of course only accessible via the App Gallery.