Now we need to see support. What will be the effect of only 64-bit applications on the experience of different users of the Pixel 7 series.p> According to the XDA Developers website, it seems that the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro phones, which have just been unveiled by Google, support only 64-bit applications in order to become not only the first phone but also the first Android device. This news has been published while users and reviewers have noticed that they cannot install and run some programs that were probably 32-bit on the phone. To be sure, he asked a member of the XDA Developers website to manually install a 32-bit game like Flappy Bird via APK file on the Pixel 7 series. After trying to do this, he finally encountered the error message "This game is not compatible with your device". This is despite the fact that the game on the other phone did not have any special problems. The interesting thing is that there are 32-bit libraries in Android 13 for the Pixel 7 series, but it is not clear why they are completely unavailable through a software lock so that no one can install 32-bit apps on these phones.
Now we need to see support. What will be the effect of only 64-bit applications on the experience of different users of the Pixel 7 series.