The size of the signed release built for Android is several megabytes smaller than the debug built, but it still seems large enough for the release version. How can i reduce the size of realese version and does signed package sufficient for it?
you can reduce the size by removing Qt libraries that are not used by your app. This depends on your application. E.g. one way is to open the built project in Android Studio as gradle project and remove unused libraries. You can also remove certain Qt modules from your *.pro file. And of course, if you use a lot of assets, make sure they are optimized for the size that they will be displayed in.
I need to do the same for an iOS build. The combined file size of the distribution files is about 14Mb. And 10Mb of that is the OneSignal plugin. But when I use Cloud Build to create the release, the resulting IPA file is almost 70Mb.
How can I reduce that Cloud Build size significantly?
If it helps, the Android apk file is about 32Mb. Still large, but manageable.
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