Google has updated and increased the APK size limit for developers on Google Play to 100MB, making it twice the size it was before. What this means is users will no longer get the size warning for apps bigger than 50MB, instead the warning will be showing for apps over 100MB.

You will still be able to set updates to download only on WiFi to make sure you don’t use up all your data, but you should keep an eye out for those near 100MB apps if you’re saving data. If you’re a developer, you can still use expansion files for apps that are larger than 100MB.

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