Huawei Music streaming app launches in Europe

Huawei, the China-based technology company, has launched its own mobile music service in Europe. Huawei Music is a streaming music app designed to work with the business’ smartphones and tablets. The European launch is backed by licensing deals with the three major labels, and the app’s library includes 1.2 million albums and more than 50 million tracks. The app is initially rolling out to 16 European nations, including France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the UK. Huawei said it plans to launch in the rest of Europe over the coming months.

“We have made Huawei Music free for 3 months for new subscribers in the hope it will bring some joy at this time,” said Jervis Su, vice president of mobile services for the Huawei Consumer Business Group. “Huawei Music is [just] one of the mobile services we are rapidly building to offer the first real alternative to smartphone users in ten years.”

The service’s normal monthly rate in Europe will be €9.99 a month.

Huawei is a popular global brand for mobile hardware. The company has claimed that its music app is already used by 160 million people worldwide. It also alleges that more than 3 billion people use its products and services. Although it has a large footprint, the company was blacklisted by the U.S. government last year

Anna Washenko