Google is making changes in its Play Console policies for developers. Here is the link you can check it out published on 19 Decemeber 2017… https://android-developers.googleblog.com/2017/12/improving-app-security-and-performance.html
In order to provide users with the best Android experience possible, the Google Play Console will require that apps target a recent API level:
> August 2018: New apps required to target API level 26 (Android 8.0) or higher.
> November 2018: Updates to existing apps required to target API level 26 or higher.
> 2019 onwards: Each year the targetSdkVersion requirement will advance. Within one year following each Android dessert release, new apps and app updates will need to target the corresponding API level or higher.
> In the second half of 2018, Play will require that new apps and app updates target a recent Android API level. This will be required for new apps in August 2018, and for updates to existing apps in November 2018. This is to ensure apps are built on the latest APIs optimized for security and performance.
> In August 2019, Play will require that new apps and app updates with native libraries provide 64-bit versions in addition to their 32-bit versions.
> Additionally, in early 2018, Play will start adding a small amount of security metadata on top of each APK to further verify app authenticity. You do not need to take any action for this change.
I have published many apps on Google Play Store AppyBuilder and I update them on regular basis.
As the target API level of apps made from Appybuilder is 22, I’m worried that my upcoming update (which I will make from AppyBuilder) will be rejected by Google Play at the time of publishing.
In that regard, I request you AppyBuilder Staff and Developers, please update the SDK level so that we,the users, of your best website will continue to develop the best quality apps in future.
Edit: Please don’t name other users in your first post.