Google is developing a new feature for Android device that will help you track down your lost phone, which will be a lot like Apple’s Find My Device app for iOS. The new feature is called “Spot” and will essentially help you track down your phone or tablet if it’s ever lost or stolen.
Currently, Find My Device network (as mentioned on Google’s support page) can only find smartphones that are on, connected to the Internet, and that have location services enabled. You can also use the app to ring your phone if you misplaced it in the house and to lock your phone so that no one can use it.
The Find My iPhone for IOS helps you locate your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac from another device. When you use Find My iPhone to locate your device, it can play a sound, display a message, or erase all the data on your device to protect your privacy.
All Apple devices can be erased if they are lost or stolen, and they have a team of security experts dedicated to keeping your data safe. Additionally, the device can be remotely erased should it fall into the wrong hands.
It’s a great way to make sure everyone is where they’re supposed to be and to let people know you’re thinking of them.
Similarly, the ‘Spot’ feature (beta) will now help Android users find a lost phone without an active internet signal. If Android users don’t want to miss out, they can simply activate the ‘Spot’ feature and track their devices.
Sunday, June 20, 2021, 11:50 [IST]
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