Huawei has launched a music streaming service with no commercial interruptions across five markets in the Middle East. The Huawei Music Service app is will be pre-installed as an official free Music store in all Huawei devices with operating systems EMUI 5.0, 5.1, 8.0 and 8.1.
The Arabic music service will be available in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iraq and Jordan. More countries from the region are gradually expected to be added to that list.
Huawei is launching the service with a promo offer of the Arab singer Elissa's song titled “Al Makhfi”, exclusively available to all Huawei users until July 25. In addition to this song, Elissa has also recorded 15 songs that will be launched on Huawei Music Service on 26th July.
Justin Chen, MD of Huawei MENA Consumer Cloud Service Dept, commented on the launch: “We are delighted to launch Huawei Music Service for our MENA users. We aim to bring the latest and the best music experience to customers in the MENA region. The new service offers a fun, user-friendly and seamless music streaming service, allowing listeners to enjoy free high-quality music conveniently on their smartphones.”
Huawei Music Service has partnered with Rotana, a leading Arabic music content provider in the region, to offer music from famous singers such as Mohammad Abdo, Majid Al Muhandis, Elissa, Angham Wael Kfoury and Hatem Al Iraqi. In addition, Huawei music has partnered with content providers such as Qanawat and Mazzika to expand the content library of the service.
During July, existing MENA Huawei CBG consumers with system EMUI 5.0 and above will receive an upgrade notification or system push notification to install the service, or an option to visit download the app from a link.