I plan to publish the app on GooglePlay.
However, I listened to the story that both 32-bit and 64-bit apks had to be released.
What about the actual situation?
Or will one apk support both?
Please let me know if there is anyone who exported and published in 64bit.
I'm just publish the app on google play with tow apps 32bit and 64bit
Updated September 2, 2019
Size Varies with device
Current Version Varies with device
Requires Android 2.3 and up
Does it mean that 32bit and 64bit are released in different versions?
LowerMountain Yes, you have to have an apk for 64bit and one for 32bit. Google has a detailed guide on how to do versioning in different apks for different targets.
LowerMountain The versionNumber needs to be different, but keep the versionLabel the same.
but I don't believe this strategies for google play
I tried to find it, but I couldn't find the desired guide.
It would be helpful if you could tell me if you like.
I didn't set versionLabel.
Is versionLabel mandatory?
When released in a different version
I feel that the word version is not correct.
I would like both to be compatible with a single apk like the ANE package.
LowerMountain I think if you don't set versionLabel then it's assumed to be the same as the versionNumber. But by using versionLabel it can be the same for all APKs while versionNumber increases.
This is the guide for multiple apks.
leokan23 I see that...
I upload two apk 32bit and 64bit
only 64-bit file works in 64 devices but 32bit does not work
you know that there is suffering in the correct way to extract a APK file on Adobe Air
Because in other softwares like android studio .. buildbox and others the APK file is extracted with ease and without problems
Show us a screenshot. Is your 32bit version less than 64?