This query is regarding the mail received from the Google Play saying all apps that use native code must provide a 64-bit version in order to publish an update and one of our application does not meet the requirement.
**Hello Google Play Developer,
By August 1, 2019, all apps that use native code must provide a 64-bit version in order to publish an update. As of the sending of this email, at least one of your apps* does not yet meet the requirement.**
We are using Xamarin Forms to develop the application and we use Split Architecture methodology to create the APK file. While creating the APK file the supported architecture that we selected were ARMEABI , ARMEABI-V7A , X86 , X86_64 , ARM64-V8A.
And as per various articles if we have selected ARM64-V8A then the application should be working in the 64 bit version.
Are we suppose to follow some different steps while developing the APK for Play Store.
Has any one else received the same mail regarding this from the google play store.