Google Find My Device

1.33M reviews
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About this app

Find, lock, erase or play a sound on any lost Android device

Locate your lost Android device and lock it until you get it back

See your phone, tablet, or other Android devices and accessories on a map. If the current location isn’t available, you’ll see the last online location.

Use indoor maps to help you find your devices in airports, malls, or other large buildings

Navigate to your devices with Google Maps by tapping the device location and then the Maps icon

Play a sound at full volume, even if a device is set to silent

Erase a lost Android device, or lock it and add a custom message and contact info on the lock screen

See the network and battery status

See hardware details

• Location: To show your device’s current location on a map
• Contacts: To access the email addresses associated with your Google Account
• Identity: To access and manage email addresses associated with your Google Account
• Camera: To take pictures and videos
Updated on
Jul 1, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 5 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
Independent security review

Ratings and reviews

1.27M reviews
T. Dotson
July 9, 2024
Left my phone at a clients bar, when I realized it was missing, searched the house, the cars and called the bar... No one on that shift had seen it... But the prior shift had found it and put it in the owners office and when I used the "make a sound" feature, it started going off in the office and security heard it... Great app... Thanks...
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Matt Dillon
June 21, 2024
After turning off my headphones luckily I was close enough to hear my phone say "Ok, but first you'll need to enter your pin (or whatever)." This was after several attempts and cranking the volume up on my headphones (but still couldn't hear what it was saying over them). Normally it works fine but with this latest update it isn't. Samsung S21 Ultra with all updates.
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