64-bit APK support only 3000 devices

I publish my APK file Arm 64bit requirement but it’s only support 3000 devices
what can I do???


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@portailweb try to keep your post on topic or create new topic

now, for the number of devices supported, if you want to support a maximum of devices
you will have to publish your APK in both 32-bit and 64-bit

see the Android Distribution Dashboard for some statistics

or other stats like
Mobile & Tablet Android Version Market Share Worldwide (Aug 2018 - Aug 2019)

and read again Support 64-bit architectures

the part

Multi-APK and 64-bit compliance

If you are using Google Play’s multiple-APK support to publish your app, note that compliance with the 64-bit requirement is evaluated at the release level. However, the 64-bit requirement does not apply to APKs or app bundles that are not distributed to devices running Android 9 Pie or later.

If one of your APKs is marked as not being compliant, but is older and it’s not possible to bring it into compliance, one strategy is to add a maxSdkVersion="27" attribute in the uses-sdk element in that APK’s manifest. This APK won’t be delivered to devices running Android 9 Pie or later, and it will no longer block compliance.


In general the more CPU architecture your app support the more devices your app will support

you could support x86 Intel CPU for Android, but it is only 1,7% of devices
for some people it is worth supporting it, for other people it does not worth it

my point is that you will unlikely be able to support 100% of devices out there
but sometimes supporting only 98% or 90% is good enough.

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