Google outlines more details on plan to shift to 64-bit Android apps from August

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Google outlines more details on plan to shift to 64-bit Android apps from August

Developers will be expected to provide both 32-bit and 64-bit builds of their apps - but 32-bit apps will be deprecated in Google's Play Store

Google has published more details about its plan to shift Android apps - and app developers - towards 64-bit computing. It marks the latest step in plans first announced back in 2017 when the company...

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