As announced in the Meet Google Play Billing Library Version 3 blog post, all new apps must use Billing Library version 3 or newer. By November 1, 2021, all updates to existing apps must use Billing Library version 3 or newer.
This topic answers common questions regarding Billing Library version deprecation and migrating to newer versions.
- How can I find which APK or App Bundle is triggering a deprecation warning?
- Review your project's imported dependencies (for example, those found
in your project's
build.gradlefile). To be compliant, apps must import version 3.0.0 or higher of the Play Billing Library. Note that Billing dependencies would be found only in APKs that require the
- An APK or App Bundle that I no longer maintain is using a deprecated version of the Play Billing Library. Do I need to update?
- We strongly recommend updating all APKs to the latest version of the Play Billing Library. However, if an APK is no longer maintained, then no action is required for the APK at this time. This deprecation prevents only new apps and updates from using older versions of the Play Billing Library. Existing apps that use a deprecated version of the library will continue to function as expected. Please ensure that all actively maintained APKs are updated.
- How can I upgrade from Play Billing Library v2 to v3?
- Update the dependency in your release to use v3 or higher of the Play Billing Library. To see what changed between releases, read the release notes.
- How can I upgrade to v3 from Play Billing Library v1 / AIDL?
- Please see our migration guide for updating from AIDL.
- Where can I learn more about this announcement?
- For more information, see Meet Google Play Billing Library Version 3.