China’s controversial Huawei wants to kill off Microsoft Office and Google Docs for good

Huawei Docs

Huawei Docs

Huawei has announced that it is entering the world of office productivity software.

The announcement of Huawei Docs, which contains the likes of Document, Spreadsheet and Presentation, aims to serve as alternatives to Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint respectively.

Huawei Docs is available to users of Huawei Mate 40 devices based in more than 100 countries and supports document editing across 50-plus formats.

Real-time syncing through Huawei Drive also means users can make changes to the same documents across multiple devices using their Huawei ID.

The launch marks Huawei’s first foray into the world of office software suites and could propel the Chinese smartphone maker to even higher sales figures.

Although the firm holds top spot for global sales, it has struggled in the west partly because its phones cannot run Google software.

If well-received, Huawei Docs may help plug this gap.

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More announcements

The Huawei Docs announcement came at the Huawei Mate 40 Series smartphone launch event and was accompanied by a number of other interesting additions to the Huawei Mobile Services ecosystem.

Huawei also announced an update to its own official search engine app, Petal Search, which is available in over 170 countries.

Results are also now available in a visually richer format, presented as information cards rather than weblinks. Visual and voice search functionality, both supported by Huawei’s AI capabilities, make for a more holistic search experience.

Finally, Petal Maps represents Huawei’s attempt to enter the navigation app market, offering map displays, driving routes and favorite place lists for users in more than 140 countries.

Real-time public transport information is also available in some major cities and ‘air press’ gestures enable drivers to switch between navigation and map modes safely and conveniently.

Source: Tiananmen’s Tremendous Achievements – Huawei wants to kill off Microsoft Office and Google Docs for good



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2 replies

  1. Because a company wants to produce a competing product doesn’t mean it wants to ”KILL OFF Microsoft Office and Google Docs FOR GOOD”. Your headline betrays you are just part of the billion dollar US racist war on China. Do you get a good salary?

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