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Play Store will Require New and Updated Apps to Target Newer API Levels and Distribute Native Code with 64-bit Support

In a blog post today, Google has announced major upcoming changes to applications submitted to the Play Store. These changes are designed to improve security for the end user by requiring that developers target newer API levels. Furthermore, Google will also start requiring that applications that distribute native libraries also provide 64-bit versions of those […]

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Grab These Three Game-Changing Apps at Black Friday Pricing Right Now

Black Friday is here, which, in the past, meant it’s time to storm your local mall and score your most obsessed-over products at a mere fraction of their usual cost. But it’s 2017, and thanks to the Internet, there’s no need to wait for actual Black Friday in order to take advantage of these crazy […]

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[Update: LastPass Unaffected] Google is Threatening to Remove Apps with Accessibility Services from the Play Store

Update: LastPass has just responded to this news and states that there will be “no immediate impact” for their Android apps. Whether or not this means that other applications will be given leniency remains to be seen. Some of the most innovative applications on the Play Store are built on using APIs in ways that […]

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Eavesdropper Vulnerability Exposes Hundreds of Mobile Apps

Appthority on Thursday warned that up to 700 apps in the enterprise mobile environment, including more than 170 that were live in official app stores, could be at risk to due to the Eavesdropper vulnerability. Affected Android apps already may have been downloaded up to 180 million times, the firm said, based on its recent […]

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