Huawei has already launched in Europe two of its alternatives to Google applications. So far, the manufacturer has left us with Petal Maps, its own Google Maps and Petal Search, its alternative to the Google app. These two apps won’t be the only ones to leave us, as they are already working on their alternative to Gmail, which will arrive as Petal Mail.
Huawei already has Petal Mail beta phase on the go, which will be its own messaging application and its alternative to Gmail, which will be launched soon for users with a smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer. With this app, they continue to build their own suite of apps.
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Petal Mail beta is currently launched for users in China, who can already register. At the moment, it appears to be only available to users of desktop operating systems. In this test phase, Huawei will give prizes to users who provide feedback on the application, in order to make improvements.
Some screenshots have already been shown in this show a mail service being started. This is remarkable both in the design, which is very simple with the classic folders (inbox, highlights, deleted, sent, trash and spam), and in the functions, which at the moment are only the basic functions, in waiting for Huawei to add more options over time.
Presumably, Huawei will also launch a Petal Mail application for mobile phones, which will be available in your AppGallery, just like you did with your previous apps. Although this first phase of development focuses only on the desktop operating system.
It looks like we’ll have to wait several months until this app is already more advanced and that might be when a first beta for phones launches, but since Huawei they haven’t given a release yet. dates.
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