Here are Huawei’s Petal Maps (rival of Google Maps) and Docs

The Chinese company continues to work toward the goal of making its smartphones independent from the services provided by Google, and over the course of time, it continues to release new solutions that make it possible to fill in some of the gaps. Now it is the turn of Petal Maps and Docs, which are, respectively, the competitors of Google Maps and the office suite for creating documents and a lot more. Petal Maps and Docs are available on both iOS and Android.

Huawei Petal Maps

Petal Maps is Huawei’s alternative to Google Maps and features 2D and 3D map display, gesture support, and voice directions. Additionally, the maps can be viewed in both horizontal and vertical orientations. It is available in over 140 countries around the world, and it enables you to have traditional online navigation with maps that are constantly being updated and that have a great deal of information that is integrated into them.

petal maps
petal maps

The beta version of Petal Maps will be available on Huawei’s App Gallery very soon.

Over 140 countries and multiple languages, including English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, and Chinese, will be supported by it.

As a result, even the navigation has been filled out, despite the fact that the accuracy of the provided maps and indications will need to be tested in the field, along with the information that is included in the application, such as restaurants and other services.

Huawei Docs

As if that were not sufficient, Huawei also announces the Huawei Docs suite, which, in practice, will allow you to create, edit, and open documents in over 50 different formats, including PDF, DOC, XLS, or PPT. The features will be added over time, but for the time being, the editors are finished for files associated with Microsoft’s Office suite, and they also allow for the quick and simple editing of PDFs.

huawei docs
huawei docs

Through the Huawei App Gallery, Huawei Docs will be made available in over one hundred countries.

We are holding out hope that the application will become accessible to us in the near future in our region so that we may test it out and determine whether or not the Chinese company is working around the clock to make up for the absence of Google applications with its own alternative apps that will most likely be highly optimized.

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