When troubleshooting app issues, sometimes you run into a simple fact: The current version is no good. Maybe you don't like how the app changed, or maybe it has a legitimate bug. Whatever the cause, there is a solution (at least, in the short term), and you can roll back to an older version. Depending on the type of app that's either simple or complicated. If it's not a process you're familiar with doing, we have all the steps you need to take documented just below.
Google introduced app bundles two years ago, which allows developers to split up the components of their apps, and only requires Play Store users to download the components their phone or tablet needs. The feature has drastically cut app download sizes, and now Google will make supporting app bundles a requirement for newly-published applications.
Google introduced a new way to distribute Android apps in 2018, called app bundles. While regular apps contain resources for every imaginable screen size and architecture, app bundles only include the components that your specific device needs, organized into split APKs. While app bundles help save storage space and data usage, they aren't one-size-fits-all APK files — the app bundle that Google Play saves to your device only has the components for your specific architecture/screen size.
Google's big announcement for the Game Developer Conference (GDC) isn't coming until tomorrow, but it isn't all the company has planned. Google today announced a series of changes coming to the Play Store, primarily focused on game development, but also plenty of general-purpose features for developers.