This bit caught my eye:
Unlike APKs, Android App Bundles cannot exist outside of Google Play and cannot be distributed outside of it. This means that developers switching from APK to App Bundles can no longer provide the exact same package or experience on other app sources unless they opt to maintain a separate APK version. This naturally puts third-party app stores at a disadvantage, but Google will most likely play up the Play Store’s security as a major reason to avoid those sources anyway.
Is this anything we have to worry about in terms of keeping apps available in the /e/ App store?
Will it impact Aurora?
Maybe this is a solved problem, I wasn’t actually sure.