Google Play currently requires that your APK file be no more than 100MB (previously 50MB).
For most applications, this is plenty of space for all the application's code and assets.
However, some apps need more space for high-fidelity graphics, media files, or other large assets.
Previously, if your app exceeded this limit, you had to host and download the additional resources yourself when the user opens the app.
Hosting and serving the extra files can be costly, and the user experience is often less than ideal.
To make this process easier for you and more pleasant for users, Google Play allows you to attach two
large "expansion files" that supplement your APK.
This ANE gives you access to Expansion Files in your Android AIR application.
The simple API allows you to quickly integrate expansion files in your AIR application in just a few lines of code.
We provide complete guides and asdocs to get you up and running with
expansion files quickly and easily.
- Get expansion file downloaded status;
- Download the expansion files and monitor progress;
- Native unzip utilities to extract zip files quickly;
- Mount OBB files for direct file access without extraction.
As with all our extensions you get access to a year of support and updates as we are continually
improving and updating the extensions for OS updates and feature requests.