Google is updating its Android Device Manager application, which is fundamentally Android’s likeness Apple’s “Discover My iPhone.” Now the two are significantly nearer in the name. As revealed by Android Police, Google is revealing a major refresh to the gadget following programming — and it’s getting another, a great deal more sensible name: Find My Device. You can hope to hear more about the refresh minutes from now amid the I/O 2017 introduction, yet the updated application is as of now live in the Play Store.
Discover My Device has gotten a critical visual invigorate from its earlier incarnation, which was last updated in 2015. Regardless it gives a similar security capacities, giving clients a chance to track their Android cell phone or tablet, bolt the gadget, play a sound, or place it into a lost mode for better chances of recovery. The look has been exchanged into to some degree. Gadgets are currently indicated evenly at the top, which makes them less demanding to switch between.
The application is presently recorded as Find My Device by Google Play Protect, which recommends that Google may make a few declarations about application security at the I/O keynote because of commencing in the blink of an eye. Android Police’s David Ruddock beforehand deduced that “Google Play Protect” is basically only a rebranding of the application examining and safety efforts that Google as of now has set up to shield Android gadgets.