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Starting from September 1, 2022, Huawei AppGallery will no longer accept apps having 32-bit versions

Huawei AppGallery will no longer accept apps having 32-bit versions

According to Huawei’s email, Huawei’s application market (AppGallery) will fully promote the upgrade of Android applications to 64-bit versions, with the purpose to better improve the performance experience of Android applications and reduce the impact of Android applications’ power consumption.

Check the starting date:

1) Starting from February 1, 2022, games and applications newly launched/upgraded on the Huawei App Market must contain the 64-bit version, and the Huawei App Market will no longer accept apps that only contain the 32-bit version;

2) Starting from September 1, 2022, Huawei App Market will no longer accept apps containing 32-bit versions.

Huawei AppGallery will no longer accept apps having 32-bit versions

(Huawei AppGallery will no longer accept apps having 32-bit versions)

In April this year, in order to help Chinese Android developers seamlessly connect to the global 64-bit development environment and further provide the best experience to end users, Xiaomi App Store, OPPO App Store, vivo App Store, Tencent App Store, and Baidu Mobile Assistant jointly announced In the future, all apps released in each app store must support the 64-bit Arm architecture in an orderly manner . By the end of this year, all apps and games need to upload APKs with 64-bit builds (covering existing app updates and new version releases) as planned for China All mobile Android applications on the market will be ready for the full spread of 64-bit architecture by the end of August 2022.

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