Originally Posted by martyfender
I'm on Marshmallow, so maybe it is only being offered on newer Android versions?
Are there any new changelogs that you see on your playstore for those versions?
V4.6.3 was the last one offered to me on the Play Store beta program.
Okay, well that is definitely a possibility and I wouldn't be surprised if that was the case.. but I can't answer that for certain. However, the recent patch notes would lead me to believe that your reasoning from the first question makes sense. Anyways yes, the changelog is as follows: "NEW: Restrict the ability of selected app to run as foreground, to transform it to background-free. For non-root device, it requires Island with God mode activated. (Android 9+)
Wake-up monitor and cut-off now works on the final version of Android 10.
Greenify can now be launched with specified app selected, from other app supporting this interop. (e.g. Island, IceBox, AppOps)". The last 3 updates were all targeted towards either Android 9 or 10 support from what I remember. With maybe only like one change to something in nougat but that was only for 4.7.1 I believe. Even with the updates potentially being targeted towards the newer Android versions, it wouldn't make sense I get them the day they come out in the U.S.. The only one I should have gotten was 4.7.1, not so much the more recent updates.
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