Android apps must have 64-bit support by August 2019 – Engadget


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Android apps must have 64-bit support by August 2019
Engadget
Android has supported 64-bit apps ever since Lollipop arrived in 2015, but they haven't been necessary. Now, however, Google is laying down the law… or rather, it will. As of August 2019, Android apps will have to support 64-bit code. They won't have
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