Huawei is at the forefront of making your search all that much easier. Download the Petal search app, explore and discover what Petal Search has to offer. Huawei will be incentivising two lucky readers in the shape of one of two Huawei P40 smartphones, valued at R16,999 each. And all you have to do in order to stand a chance to win one is the usual — check out a bit of info about Petal Search, plug your details into the form below, answer a question regarding Petal search and then lay back and reap the rewards. It’ll help if you’ve got a rabbit’s foot or something, because this’ll still be a totally random draw. But first… a little homework.
Petal Search-ing for meaning
Petal Search is all about making searching for things using the most-handled computer your own — your smartphone — as simple as possible. While at the same time offering the options you need to make searching quicker and easier. Search using your voice or an image on your device, search in one of several sub-categories (like news, shopping, travel, sports, local businesses, videos, music or images) in order to get more relevant details and less fluff or search for the apps you want on your Huawei smartphone — all without drowning you in irrelevant results.
And that’s because Petal Search has been built, using the magic of Huawei’s on-device AI systems, to give you more relevant, localised data. If you’re searching for a particular item, it’ll tell you where it is nearby — and not where it is in another country. It’ll even get you the apps you want on your Huawei device, offering access to the company’s AppGallery as well as verified links if you’re after a few third-party downloads.
Getting your hands on Petal Search couldn’t be simpler. You can download it via Huawei’s AppGallery, and then keep if front and centre with a home-screen widget that makes sure the best search results are always in your grasp. Petal Search supports twenty different languages, works in over 170 countries and is completely free. Why aren’t you using it already?
The drawing of the two
Did you get all that? Of course you did, you’re a Stuff fan. It’s not like you’re even remotely unfamiliar with new tech. And, if you are, just stick around. We’ll take care of that awfully quickly. But before we get there, there are a few things you need to know about how we do business. You’ll need the info above in order to make sure you entry is valid, but that’s easy. Everything’s written down for you.
Then, there’s the matter of how the draw works. Winner’s names are drawn randomly by a computer. Once the name has been drawn, the entry is examined (by a human) to see whether the question has been answered correctly and, if it hasn’t been, the draw is discarded and a new winner is drawn. That’s it. Unless you work for Stuff Magazine or Huawei in one way or another, in which case you were disqualified before you even started.
That’s it, that’s all you need. The winners will be announced on 10 December 2020. Good luck.