Consider developing a Google-free version.Answered
One of the first recommendations from any privacy advocate is ridding oneself of HUGE datamining companies like Google, Facebook, etc. Having MySudo rely upon Google Play Services and the Play Store to function compromises the privacy of it's users.
MySudo currently only works through the utilization of Google Play Services. Android does not equal Google, however. Any phone that uses a different version of android (CopperheadOS, GrapheneOS, LineageOS, etc.) cannot use MySudo, since it heavily relies upon Google for it's services.
There are ways MySudo could me made cross-platform while maintaining privacy of users (check how Mullvad VPN does it for a shining example). This would allow for much better portability of MySudo services (i.e., iOS user, but want to switch to Android? No problem, since now the account itself isn't then tied to those platforms.).
Would this mean more account-management on the part of MySudo? Yes. Would it allow those who try to minimize their Google fingerprint to also use that app? Yes. Would it allow for better account portability? Yes.
Please consider it. Privacy advocates everywhere would thank you.