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My APK 2.5.7 - Check whether your APK is 64 bit compliance

My APK 2.5.7

"Starting August 1, 2019, your apps published on Google Play will need to support 64-bit architectures", developer.android.com. There are some ways that you can check if your apk is 64-bit compliance and My APK is one of them.

My APK help you find out which 64-bit libraries are missing. There are 6 cases that you might see below:
  • True (pure_apk): This means your apk is 64-bit compliance.
  • True (arm_only): This means your apk is 64-bit compliance and it supports ARM chipset only.
  • True (x86_only): This means your apk is 64-bit compliance and it supports x86 chipset only.
  • True. Missing [libname]: This means your apk is 64-bit compliance but one or more 64-bit native libraries are missing. You need to recheck if your app are working well without these missing libraries.
  • False. Missing arm64-v8a: This means your apk is not 64-bit compliance due to missing arm64-v8a native library folder.
  • False. Missing x86_64: This means your apk is not 64-bit compliance due to missing x86_64 native library folder.

This version is available on Play store
See all the changelog here

Thank you.

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