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Once compiled, an Android application is packaged as an APK file. The package contains binaries as well as resources. Android applications can be published to an app store such as Google Play or just directly installed on devices configured to install applications from unknown sources.
You can't publish an application to any app stores if the package isn't digitally signed. To sign the application, you must first obtain a certificate. The certificate will be used to identify you as the author of the application.

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