Starting August 1, 2021, Google Play won't serve apps without 64-bit versions on 64-bit capable devices. Users with 64-bit devices simply won't see 32-bit only apps in Google Play, including games built with Unity 5.6 or older. |
"We are not making changes to our policy on 32-bit support. Play will continue to deliver apps to 32-bit devices. This requirement means that apps with 32-bit native code will need to have an additional 64-bit version as well," Google Play and Android product managers note in a blog.
so i think there is no problem for us with our redmi s/y2 phones.
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