Why no x86 build?

Since chromebooks have been able to run android apps for a while now I guess there are quite a lot of x86 android devices around these days. There is still no build of Zwift for x86 devices though.

I’m just wanting to know why this is still the case? In general publishing an app to the play store with x86 as well as arm build targets is trivial. Basically just a config change. I also know Zwift runs fine on a lot of the hardware setups in modern chromebooks (the pixelbook go has essentially the same hardware as a low end MacBook Pro that runs Zwift fine). Is there some technical limitation I’m missing that’s stopping you from doing this?

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seriously, now. In the very near future, Google will ask that instruction sets for all cpu types be in the code for publishing to the store.

and chromebooks have intel cpus now.

I know it’s an emulator, but still. this should run just fine if it can run on a 7 years old i3