- Google is now following the path of Apple.
- The upcoming feature will enable users to find the even without a signed-in with Google account.
- Google is yet to reveal the roll out of the upcoming feature.
Find My Device Network is the latest feature which Apple implemented in its devices and the same enable users to find the lost or stolen devices. Well now it is confirmed that the feature is not going to remain exclusive on the Apple products as the Mountain View company Google working on the feature and the same will be rolled out the today’s Android devices very soon.
The latest beta version of the Google Play Service APK reveals the information that the developers of Google working on the Find My Device Network feature. The new feature will enable users to find a device using a crowd sourced network and that means users are not even required to be logged in to the device with the Google account to find the device and this also suggests that the company may kill its Find My Device application which is already available on the Google Play Store and that application requires to be logged in with the Google account to find the last location.
There is no information about the actual roll out of the feature by Google but we can expect that the same will be available very soon. Google will make the feature available with the upcoming beta version of the Android 12 operating system and the same will be available for the mass audience in the stable roll out of Android 12 which will happen in August or September this year.
We are looking forward to hear more about the Find My Device Network in the coming days and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.
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