Google Play will no longer accept APKs in August

Google Play Policies:

From today, Android application is compiled into APK and AAB format and target Android 11 (API Level 30). APK is used for testing on the device. AAB is used to publish on the Google Play Store.


To upload AAB on Google Play Store:

  1. Build you app for Android
  2. Open project settings and download private key
  3. On Google Play Store open App integrity page, select Export and upload a key and upload the file you downloaded in Step 2
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AAB downloading not working yet and private key too

Did you rebuild the project?

Yes. It was a new project. I’ll test it today again

Downloading AAB, like the private key, does not work for me on new projects

Downloading does not work from the editor yet. Open page in browser

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Updates to applications already in the catalog can be distributed in APK format. To offer additional resources in games, you should use the Play Asset Delivery Service instead of the OBB. To certify digitally signed App Bundle apps, you must use the Play App Signing service, which involves placing keys and free google play credits in Google’s infrastructure to generate digital signatures.

I readed this instruction.

But now the Google Play needed not a “private key”!
On Google Play Store into App integrity page, into Export and upload - not a button “Upload private key” now!
Now here “Upload signed ZIP-archive”.

Where can I download this signed ZIP-archive?

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