as of August 2019, the Play Console of Google will require that all new applications of Android are only 64-bit.

Google will require that developers of Android to begin providing 64-bit versions of their applications from August of 2019 as part of a broader effort to improve the performance and security of Android applications.

from the second half of 2018, Google will also require that developers of Android to ensure that the new applications that they believe are designed for the latest versions of the operating system. In addition, beginning in 2018, the manufacturer will begin to incorporate metadata security kits applications of Android to verify the authenticity of applications.

The product manager of Android, Edward Cunningham, has announced these changes in a post.

“We focus on the security and performance to ensure that all users have a positive experience in discovering and installing applications and games in Android” said Cunningham.

to Get Android developers to make their apps for the latest versions of the operating system ensures that new applications can take advantage of the new security features and improved performance that Google is entering the operating system. Among the improvements in the latest versions of Android include those that prevent the applications abuse of the system resources, like memory and battery power.

The developers of Android applications will need to ensure that the new applications launched are written to the most recent versions of the operating system beginning in 2019.

The requirement of the 64-bit is designed to ensure that the new applications of Android can better take advantage of the performance improvements offered by the 64-bit technology. Google introduced soporte for architectures of 64-bit with Android 5.0 and currently more than 40% of the Android devices support apps and software 64-bit, maintaining compatibility with earlier versions of 32-bit systems.

from August of 2019, the Play Console of Google required all the new apps Android are only 64-bit.