There may be a lot of apps on the Google Play Store that haven’t been updated since it was released, perhaps for years. This may occur because of the failure of the developers of those apps, or maybe it was that app is simple enough to continue to work despite updates growing for the Android system. However, this will change with Android P.
According to a new report released recently from the website Android Police, it seems that with Android P, will Google ban apps created for Android 4.1 or versions streamed. This means that users who still use these old applications so they won’t be able to use it if they decide to upgrade to the Android P.
Assume that this makes sense because some applications, although it is functional, and may include security holes which can be exploited to access user data, and security vulnerabilities that can be fixed if you updated. Or it’s also possible to don’t be apps that work on Android 4.1 is ideal for the modern devices because of the features and user interface.
It is worth mentioning that Google is not the only one who decided to do so, already lost to Apple to the same as demanded from the developers to update their apps to support architecture 64bit if they want to keep their apps on the store iTunes App Store. As you probably know, the Android P is still in the experimental stage, but you’re supposed to say Google releases final version of this system in the third or fourth quarter of this year.
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