Getting Your App Published in Huawei's App Gallery

Updated on 10. July 2021 by Jan Bunk


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Open the main page of the Huawei App Gallery

Click "Upload your app"

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Log in with your existing Huawei ID or create a new one.

Next you will have to verify your personal or your company's identity to upload an app. Direct link to verification

After your identity has been verified, you will receive an email. If there's an issue with your verification, the Huawei team will also send you an email to let you know how to resolve it.

Make sure you're logged into your Huawei account and open App Gallery Connect

Click "My apps".

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Click "New app" at the top right.

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Select APK and Mobile Phone and enter your app's name.

Select APK and Mobile Phone and enter your app's name.

Pick the category "App" unless your website is a game. Then select the default language of your website as the default language of the app.

Pick the category

Click the "OK" button. You don't need to add the app to a project.

Click the

Select "Phone" and "Tablet" in the compatibility section.

Select

Enter description texts for your app.

Enter description texts for your app.

You can find image assets (app icons, screenshots and more) in the necessary formats in your App Dashboard. You can use your own, different ones too of course.

Upload the app icon (512px * 512px)

Upload the app icon.

Upload screenshots for your app. In the image assets you downloaded, you will find screenshots taken on devices with various screen sizes. You can pick any screenshots of any size.

Upload screenshots for your app. You can use any of the screen sizes in the image assets you downloaded.

Select a category for your app.

Select a category for your app.

Click "Save" and then "Next" at the top right.

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Click "OK" on the dialog.

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Select the regions you'd like to make your app available in.

Select the regions you'd like to make your app available in.

Download the .apk file for your app

Scroll down and click "Manage app packages", where you can then upload the .apk file you just downloaded.

Scroll down and click

Decide whether your app should be free or paid. If you want it to be paid, extra steps might be necessary.

Click the "Set" button to open the content rating dialog. Pick an age rating depending on the descriptions it shows in the dialog.

Click the

Enter a link to your website's privacy policy.

Enter a link to your website's privacy policy.

If parts of your app can't be used without logging into a user account, please provide a test account to the app reviewers. If you configured your app to be password protected, you will also need to give them the password. You can change these passwords after the app has been reviewed.

If your website needs the user to log in to use most features, provide a test account to the app reviewers.

Click "Save" and then "Submit" at the top.

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That's it! Usually your app will get published in just a few hours to days.

Want to publish your app in other app stores too? Check out our app store overview that links to all our app publishing guides.

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Author Jan Bunk
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This website is operated by me, Jan, and my team. I have previously developed a bunch of apps for clients and my own projects. Back in 2019 I noticed that none of the existing website to app converters provide the kind of service I'd expect as a customer. That inspired me to develop a better solution - webtoapp.design. By now, the apps I've created with my team have already been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times from the app stores.