Google has announced the deadline for 32-bit Android apps that are present in its store, informing developers to get their apps ready for the 64-bit migration.
In late 2017, Google revealed the fact that it will deprecate 32-bit apps from its Google Play app store sometime in the near future, but did not provide a timeline for application developers to prepare their apps for the 64-bit migration. Now, the company has provided more information about the upcoming transition.
Starting with August 1st, 2019, Google will require all application developers to distribute a 64-bit version of their apps that include native code in addition to the 32-bit variant when publishing to the Google Play store. Updates for existing 32-bit apps will be allowed for games that use Unity 5.6 or older via an extension.