Downloading and installing Google apps on your Huawei device is now more convenient than ever via the Huawei AppGallery with the help of GBox or Google Box. Even better, this latest method of getting Google apps onto your Huawei phone or tablet works on both old and new devices.
So if you have a Huawei phone or tablet that doesn’t have the Play Store or Google Mobile Services preinstalled on it and a couple of minutes to spare, you may want to watch the embedded video for our step-by-step guide on how to install certain Google apps — including Google Maps, Google Earth, Google News, Google Translate, and Google Photos — from the Huawei AppGallery. It’s super easy that anyone can learn to do it by watching our video.
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You can also follow this guide to get other Google apps not mentioned here running on your device. Note that you still need GBox installed on your device, but you don’t need to download it from any third-party app or website before starting with the steps.
Installing Google apps on Huawei devices (or on any Android, for that matter) was already available via virtualization apps, but the native UX has been greatly improved, thanks to the Huawei AppGallery’s better integration with GBox. And with plenty of clever workarounds that make Google apps easily available on Huawei devices once again, recommending phones like the excellent Huawei Mate 50 Pro, which is priced from P58,999 (around $1,073 converted) in the Philippines, is a lot easier than it has been in the past.
Of course, we still recommend getting apps and alternatives for Google services via the AppGallery, which is the default marketplace for downloading apps on Huawei devices. But should you need to install Google apps on your phone or tablet, it’s great to know that they’re now just a few taps away in Huawei’s own app store.
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