Huawei company has announced new developments to the Huawei Mobile Services ecosystem that will improve your experience with Huawei devices without the Google Play services. The new developments were announced at the Huawei Mate 40 series launch event that took place recently, and include Petal Maps, Huawei Docs and more Petal Search functionality.
Here is a closer look at the new Huawei Mobile Services developments that will improve your digital experience.
Huawei’s official search engine, Petal Search now is available in over 170 countries and regions and supports over 50 languages, letting users conveniently and instantly find out the information and services they need from the web.
Petal Search offers search capabilities across more than 20 categories, including apps, news, videos, images, shopping, flights, and local business. It also develops and integrates various tools, such as weather, calculator, rate exchange and even paper query to help the user easily obtain daily-used information.
With the new update, the search experience is now visually richer. Search results are presented in information cards, as opposed to simple web links, to help users get this wealth of useful information instantly with just a few clicks.
Huawei’s search engine had already integrated text and voice input and now it gets a visual search option as well that we have seen in Google search engine.
Petal Maps, meanwhile, is Huawei’s quality and convenient mapping and navigational tool, offering positioning services, immersive map displays, place searches, driving navigation and favourite place lists to users in over 140 countries and regions. It supports map displays in multiple languages, with voice notifications in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, and Mandarin.
Petal Maps is also equipped with cutting-edge functions to give real-time publish transit updates in some major cities, helping commuters better plan their routes and take the worry off travelling. Utilizing pioneering technologies such as Super GNSS and image recognition algorithms, Petal Maps further heighten the accuracy and present users the most efficient and least congested routes. Think of it as Huawei’s answer to Google Maps and will arrive in Beta soon on Huawei’s App Gallery.
Huawei Docs is the company’s first-party office suite solution and is available in more than 100 countries and regions, supports document viewing and editing across over 50 formats including PDF, PPT, and DOC. With real-time syncing enabled by cloud capabilities, HUAWEI Docs lets users seamlessly work on the same document on different devices logged into the same HUAWEI ID, enhancing the smart office experience.