In my kodular account all apps have same sha1 ,md5, SHA-256 certificate fingerprint

hello i just wanaa know is it ok i just check via keystore explorer software my all apps have same sha1 ,md5, SHA-256 certificate fingerprint even every certificate number is same . so is it normal or not

and when we upload apk on play store so howz google recognize apps if all apps are same certificate?

the signature being the same is normal for one developer. The package name shows it is a different app.

You could create new keystore each time, but every time you want to update the app with a signed package name you will need to import the old one.

ya thanks for rply
i have 8 apps on play store and i checked also all my 8 apps on play console have same sha1 ,md5, SHA-256 certificate fingerprint. And i update also my all apps without any problem but i confused is normal all have same certificate. bcj when i create new project on kodular then again i check keystore is same with all my other 8 apps.

Yes ebcause the certificate is the developers, (you) not the application