Android Device Manager is now Find My Device


Google’s Android Device manager, which allows you to do things like locate, lock, or wipe a lost device is a nifty tool with an unfortunate name – it doesn’t tell you much about what it actually does. But at Google I/O, the company has sneakily changed the name into something more sensible: Find My Device. Along with the name change, Google has added battery information, which should help you know how long you have to locate your device before it dies out, as well as the name of any WiFi network its currently connected to. I can’t tell you how many…This story continues at The Next Web
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by Napier Lopez
#TheNextWeb #Internet #tech #news
https://thenextweb.com/google/2017/05/18/android-device-manager-now-find-device/
 

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