Native HarmonyOS NEXT third party apps UI design streamlined with native app controls

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Few examples of Chinese third party apps UI improvements shown below such as HarmonyOS NEXT QQ Music port with native app UI controls compared Android apk apps that are cleaner and better on HarmonyOS NEXT system compared to busy Android counterparts. It’s awesome to see third party developers following native app controls with their own app design language, as Huawei is setting standards and influencing the app UI design industry in China to build better app services experiences in China and the globe from Chinese companies with HarmonyOS being the hub of the wider OpenHarmony ecosystem out of China. This shows that Huawei is leading China’s software industry that is up to international standards of operating systems and software quality to be taken seriously in the software industry in it’s ambitious era of becoming a software company with it’s vertically integrated business with a crafted horizontal platform holder to industries, post-ban era.

As Huawei has been building and improving it’s software ecosystem over the years with HarmonyOS apps system to boost their HarmonyOS operating system long term as it enters into as the third horse race that has been vacated by Microsoft exiting the mobile business and it’s mobile OS sector.

Douyin (Chinese TikTok/TikTok) on native HarmonyOS NEXT vs Android app. You can see subtle differences here with the multiplatform app. With this it’s spaced out, takes up less UI space, content first and less visual distractions on HarmonyOS NEXT. We hope to see international developers alongside former HMS Android developers in the coming months publicly, joining this new growing ecosystem for the launch of HarmonyOS NEXT marking the next era of next generation computing in the era of AI and Edge Computing this decade.

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