• Google’s upgraded Find My Device network is finally rolling out worldwide, starting with the US and Canada.
  • The network can use Bluetooth proximity tracking to allow billions of Android devices and other Find My Device-compatible accessories and trackers to locate each other.
  • Third-party Bluetooth trackers from Chipolo and Pebblebee will launch in May, and more from Eufy, Jio, Motorola, and others will follow by the end of the year.

Android’s Find My Device network has long been overdue for an update that makes it as competitive and useful as Apple’s Find My network. Google announced this update in May 2023 but then got stonewalled by Apple not releasing a critical update for iPhones that would allow them to track unwanted trackers. That stonewalling finally has ended, as Google has officially announced that the all-new Find My Device is rolling out to Android devices worldwide, starting with the US and Canada today.

The upgraded Find My Device network for Google’s Android