Android Device Manager is now Find My Device, receives update with more changes


Google has rolled out new update to the Android Device Manager  Find My Device. In an Update, there are many more changes but the name change is the most trending thing. It is the second time, Google has updated the app after 2015.

In 2015, Google brought in visual changes and much needed tweaks to the App. This time they have fully changed the name and icon of the App. The new design of the app is pleasant and elegant, also it have changed the way you scroll your devices. Now, instead of the scroll, there are icons for the devices that are attached to your account.

The new version of the app is 2.0.014, replacing the 2-year-old version 1.4.4. The new update is live for some ion the I/O, others can download it from the source link below.

Google has annocuned Google O Beta build and it is live at Google IO 2017.


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