Google is making a very important step in the world Android devices as it will launch a new service which will help users to find their lost devices. The feature is almost the same thing as the “Find my iPhone” from Apple, but will run for the Android devices. The name of the service will be Android Device Manager and will help users not only to find their devices, but to manage them too.
So, users will see their device location on a map and will be able to lock them. Also, they will have the possibility to start an alarm which will offer some joy to the thieves and also erase the memory of the device. The service can be accessed on a laptop, desktop or any other mobile device and will be available this month. It will help you to track devices which are running Android 2.2 or newer. Look for it on Google Play Store.
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