Google Increases Max Size for Android Apps

Google Increases Max Size for Android Apps

Google has increased the maximum file size limit on apps in the Android Market. While Google used to restrict developers to 50MB, it will now accept apps with up to 4GB of expansion files. However, developers will still need to provide a HEK file of no more than 50MB.

The larger file size should allow the mobile development community to create more HD 3D titles and improve app graphics in general.

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