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is moving to new Google Play Enterprise Mobility Management APIs. This update will bring several changes to how Managed Google Play public apps in Intune are managed, including no longer needing to go through the app “Approve” workflow, and apps automatically syncing daily.

Intune Moving to Support New Google Play Enterprise Mobility Management APIs

Intune’s July (2307) service release will include several changes to how Managed Google Play public apps in Intune are managed. These changes are being made to adopt Google’s Android Management APIs.

Adopting the new APIs brings some great admin UI additions as well as the highly requested automated daily sync!

IT Admin Impact

Admins will no longer need to go through the app “Approve” workflow to add Managed Google Play public apps in Intune. Instead, admins will click “Select” for the apps they want to add and then “Sync”. To add Managed Google Play private apps and Google Play web links, admins will need to click “Select” in the Managed Google Play pane. All Managed Google Play apps, including private apps and web links, will automatically sync daily.

User Impact

Users won’t be able to re-install Managed Google Play apps targeted as “uninstalled” or removed from the device by the admin until the app is targeted to the device again. This applies to all Android Enterprise enrollment scenarios.

Stay Tuned

Stay tuned to new in Intune for more information about the upcoming release and any additional updates to this update. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments or reach out to us on Twitter @IntuneSuppTeam. Adopting the new APIs brings with it several great benefits, such as increased UI functionality and automated daily syncing.

In July 2023, the Intune service release will bring some changes to the management of Managed Google Play public applications in Intune. It is important for admins to be aware of these modifications to ensure a smooth transition. If an app is marked as “uninstalled” or removed by the admin from a device, users won’t be able to reinstall Managed Google Play apps until the app is targeted to the device again. Keep an eye on What’s new in Intune for further details about the upcoming release and any other updates related to this.

Key points from the article:

  • Intune is moving to support new Google Play Enterprise Mobility Management APIs
  • No longer needing to go through the app “Approve” workflow
  • Admins will click “Select” for the apps they want to add and then “Sync”
  • Managed Google Play apps, including private apps and web links, will automatically sync daily
  • Users won’t be able to re-install Managed Google Play apps targeted as “uninstalled” or removed from the device by the admin

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