Flapp on HMS Vs. GMS

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    Flapp on HMS Vs. GMS​

    Flapp is a very capable travel app, that will help you find hotels, flights, car rentals, or bus routes. It's an all-in-one solution for making your travel plans much easier. Explorer new places to visit, or track your current planned trips. The app is available for free on the Google Play store for anyone with a GMS phone. Users that have an HMS phone can get the app from the Huawei AppGallery. The two different apps have quite a few differences, so let's take a look at how Flapp took advantage of HMS Core development, to bring the app to Huawei users.​

    Flapp on GMS​

    To set up your Flapp account, you can use your Google or Facebook account. The GMS version of this app opens to the explore page. From this page, you can see exclusive deals and important travel info. At the top, you have options to look for flights, hotels, car rentals, and busses. The bottom of the explore page has more navigation to access trip data, favorites, and your personal profile.​

    GMS Flapp.jpg

    More features can be accessed through the menu in the top left. This will bring you to some useful tools like Currency and Country selection.​

    Flapp on HMS​

    The HMS version of this app has been redesigned from the ground up. To set up your account, you will be able to use Facebook or Twitter. Google is not available due to the lack of GMS, but other social media logins aren't affected.​

    Instead of opening the app to the explore page, you will see the flight search page. Car rentals are also available from the "more" menu. Many of the features from the GMS version of this app are missing, like bus routes. There is a section for hotel searches, but that results in a "page not found" error.​

    HMS Flapp.jpg

    The flights section works well on the HMS version of this app. If you want to use it as your all-in-one travel app, you'll probably want to wait until some of the current bugs are worked out.​

     

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      Flapp on HMS Vs. GMS​

      Flapp is a very capable travel app, that will help you find hotels, flights, car rentals, or bus routes. It's an all-in-one solution for making your travel plans much easier. Explorer new places to visit, or track your current planned trips. The app is available for free on the Google Play store for anyone with a GMS phone. Users that have an HMS phone can get the app from the Huawei AppGallery. The two different apps have quite a few differences, so let's take a look at how Flapp took advantage of HMS Core development, to bring the app to Huawei users.​

      Flapp on GMS​

      To set up your Flapp account, you can use your Google or Facebook account. The GMS version of this app opens to the explore page. From this page, you can see exclusive deals and important travel info. At the top, you have options to look for flights, hotels, car rentals, and busses. The bottom of the explore page has more navigation to access trip data, favorites, and your personal profile.​

      GMS Flapp.jpg

      More features can be accessed through the menu in the top left. This will bring you to some useful tools like Currency and Country selection.​

      Flapp on HMS​

      The HMS version of this app has been redesigned from the ground up. To set up your account, you will be able to use Facebook or Twitter. Google is not available due to the lack of GMS, but other social media logins aren't affected.​

      Instead of opening the app to the explore page, you will see the flight search page. Car rentals are also available from the "more" menu. Many of the features from the GMS version of this app are missing, like bus routes. There is a section for hotel searches, but that results in a "page not found" error.​

      HMS Flapp.jpg

      The flights section works well on the HMS version of this app. If you want to use it as your all-in-one travel app, you'll probably want to wait until some of the current bugs are worked out.​

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