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Google Shoots For More Secure Play Store

Google just announced several policies intended to help make apps distributed through its Play Store better and more secure. “Over the next two years, developers will be required to target a recent SDK version in their app updates and provide 64-bit versions of native apps if they aren't already,” Android Police writes. “The Play Store will also begin adding some new metadata to APKs for verification purposes, but most developers shouldn't need to worry about this.”

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