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64-bit variant needed for android

Question asked by Steven Cox on May 29, 2019
Latest reply on Sep 16, 2019 by Eugene Bychkov



We recently received a message from Google-Play with the following:


By August 1, 2019, all apps that use native code must provide a 64-bit version in addition to the 32-bit version in order to publish an update. This past January, we reiterated that this is required in order to make way for innovation and in anticipation of future Android devices that only support 64-bit code.
As the deadline approaches, we wanted to remind you that at least one of your apps* uses native code but does not currently offer a 64-bit variant:

our app name


Action required:
Please review all of your apps for 64-bit compliance. The Android developers guide provides step-by-step instructions for assessing the use of native code and becoming 64-bit compliant, including identifying native libraries, building with 64-bit libraries, testing and publishing. Soon, the Play Console will also alert you when publishing if your app is not 64-bit compliant.
To help us better understand your plans for compliance (and to let us know about any obstacles), please complete this optional 64-bit migration survey.

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