With Google Play App Signing, you can securely manage your app signing keys for new or existing apps. Keys are stored on the same secure infrastructure Google uses to store its own keys.
If you lose your keystore or think it may be compromised, Google Play App Signing makes it possible to request a reset to your upload key. If you’re not enrolled in Google Play App Signing and lose your keystore, you’ll need to publish a new app with a new package name.
What exactly is the benefit of using this?
Reading through the link documentation, instead of the Keystore with the App Signing Key I then have an Upload key that has to be handled exactly the same. What’s the difference?
Does anyone have any experience with this with their Ionic apps?