Huawei’s Ark Compiler suddenly appeared in the Huawei App Gallery, but it was quickly revoked and taken offline. There are 27 third-party apps in the zone, all recompiled by Huawei’s Ark compiler, and some are used daily, but some are still special speed edition, internal version, and light chat version, which are obviously still being optimized and debugged.
These applications are: Weibo Speed Edition, China Construction Bank, Where to Travel, National K Song Speed Edition, Baidu Maps, Post Bar Internal Edition, CCTV Sports, Zhihu, QQ Email, Sohu News, Land Rover Car, Himalayan Speed Edition, car coming, Xiaohongshu, Sina Finance, Fei Changzhun, Baidu, JD.com, Sina News Speed Edition, Netease News, UC Browser, Public Comment, QQ Chat, iQiyi, Meituan, QQ Music Didi Chuxing.
Although the zone is offline, these apps are still in the application market and can be obtained by searching, but they are all low-key and have not been specifically marked as optimized by Huawei’s Ark compiler.
The Huawei Ark compiler has been officially open-sourced on March 31, 2019. Huawei phones upgraded to EMUI 10 support the Ark compiler, Mate 30/20 series, P30 series, Honor 20 series, Honor V20, Honor Magic 2, Honor 9X series and others have supported or started testing the Ark compiler.
To check whether it is still available in your Huawei and Honor smartphones go to the AppGallery > Apps (bottom bar) > Emerging Zone > Ark Compiler.