In October, HTTP IAP callbacks will be disabled in Huawei’s AppGallery
Huawei has announced that, in an effort to strengthen the security of the AppGallery payments system, it will no longer enable HTTP callback for in-app purchases.
Huawei said the change will result in faster data transfers and a safer, more dependable service for end users. There, Huawei apps that employ an IAP payment gateway will limit access to potentially dangerous HTTP callback addresses.
The corporation has also provided a deadline, which is October 1st, 2023, in case anyone is unaware of it. Following this, Huawei AppGallery will restrict access to the HTTP callback addresses and disable payment to developers.
When users can’t afford to pay app creators, functionality suffers. As a result, the fixes should reach every developer well before the aforementioned deadline.
This is Huawei’s in-house app market, which ranks third overall among smartphone app stores. It features 18 different types of international and regional apps. A few examples are GPS and public transportation systems, the media, and online social networks.
More than 580 million people use AppGallery every month, and it’s available in more than 170 countries and regions right now! Six million developers all across the world have joined forces with Huawei. There were more than 432 billion app downloads worldwide in 2021, according to AppGallery.