Play Console New Policy

Play console new policy updates :point_down::point_up:

( Starting August 2021, new apps will be required to target API level 30 (Android 11) and use the Android App Bundle publishing format. Starting November 2021, all app updates will be required to target API level 30 (Android 11). Apps with a download size of more than 150 MB are now supported by Play Asset Delivery and Play Feature Delivery.

@Sadiya_Idrisi Don’t Worry niotron :niotron: Will soon bring the update before the deadline so make your apps freely don’t Worry :+1::+1:


Yes bro. Niotron Is the Best But.My first app is reject reation play console new poicy

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Don’t Worry There only 4 days left so there must be an update on next 2-3 days and that will be before deadline so till then
Keep Building and keep exploring :niotron:


Ok. Thanks. :blush: Dear Niotron.

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Can we update app. ??

??? What do you want to say ??

As he said,his app is reject because he try to upload in a new app in play store.

So today i am going to update my app in play store. Is play store accepting update.

Try but I think you will not be able to update it as it will not have the latest api support

Yesterday i got this from Google play store

Hello Google Play Developer,
We’re always looking for ways to make Google Play a safe and trustworthy experience for both developers and consumers. We’re writing to let you know about recent updates to our Developer Policy Center.
We’re introducing policy updates that need your attention. All new and existing apps will receive a grace period of at least 30 days from the issuance of this notification to comply with the following changes (see our Policy Center for specific effective dates):
Upcoming new policies

  • We’re adding a new Data privacy and security section to the User Data policy where developers must provide accurate information related to personal or sensitive user data their apps collect, use, or share. All apps must also have a privacy policy.
  • We’re offering a developer preview of app set ID for essential use cases such as analytics or fraud prevention. App set ID cannot be used for ads personalization or ads measurement.
  • We’re adding new restrictions in our Families Policy Requirements on identifiers used in apps that target children.
  • We’re updating our User Data policy to prohibit linking persistent device identifiers to personal and sensitive user data or resettable device identifiers unless for pre-approved use cases.
  • We’re clarifying the Device and Network Abuse policy to prohibit apps or SDKs with interpreted languages (e.g., JavaScript) loaded at run time from violating any Google Play policies.
  • We’re adding a new Permission policy to provide requirements on use of the Accessibility API and the IsAccessibilityTool.
  • We’re adding a new section in our Enforcement policy to close inactive or abandoned developer accounts after 1 year of dormancy and additional factors.
    Policy updates
  • We’re updating the Inappropriate Content policy to institute new restrictions on sexual content, specifically prohibiting compensated sexual relationships (i.e., sugar dating).
  • We’re updating our Ads policy to indicate changes in the usage of Android advertising ID. When a user deletes the Android advertising ID on a newer device, the advertising identifier will be removed and replaced with a string of zeros.
  • We’re updating the Financial Services policy to clarify the definition of the total cost of the loan and require all personal loan apps be properly tagged under the Finance category. We are also adding new requirements for personal loan apps in India and Indonesia.
  • We’re updating our App Promotion policy with additional examples of prohibited ads/promotional tactics for encouraging app downloads.
  • We’re updating our Store Listing and Promotion policy to prohibit spam text and graphics in app titles, icons, and developer names.
    Additionally, we’ve added new examples and clarifications to some of our policies. Please note that these aren’t new policies and we aren’t changing our enforcement standards and practices as a result of these updates.
  • We’re clarifying and consolidating guidance on providing required app information, such as login credentials for apps with login walls, to us through Play Console.
  • We’re adding a link to an updated help center article which will provide further policy clarifications for news apps.
    Additional reminders
  • Starting on August 2, 2021, all new apps must use Billing Library version 3 or newer. By November 1, 2021, all updates to existing apps must use Billing Library version 3 or newer.
  • We are giving eligible developers an option to request a 6-month extension, which will give them until March 31, 2022 to comply with our Payments policy. For more details, visit our Help Center and read our blog.
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