Google has released the first Android phone that no longer comes with 32-bit support for apps. This means that older apps that don’t support 64 bit won’t be usable.
At Apple, 32-bit has been history for a long time, and Google is now following this path. Software and hardware processes can easily be dealt with on a different scale to describe the transition from 32 to 64 bits in the shortest form possible.
It’s been clear for some time that Pixel tablets should only support 64-bit. But Google has already made the switch with its new Pixel 7 smartphone. This is the end of old apps like Flappy Bird.
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