Here's When Google's New Find My Device Network Rolls Out Worldwide –

TL;DR

  • Google is rolling out its new Find My Device network only in the US and Canada.
  • The company has confirmed that the global rollout of the service will be completed in the next few months.

Google has finally launched its updated Find My Device network. However, not everyone is lucky enough to experience it on the first day of its launch. Currently, Google restricts this service to the US and Canada. Only Android users residing in these countries will receive emails and on-device instructions to join the new crowdsourced network.

Later this year, Google plans to roll out an improved Find My Device network globally. In an email statement Android Authority“The global rollout will be completed in the next two months,” a Google representative confirmed.

While Google failed to provide a specific timeline for the global availability of its new Find My Device network, we do know that the company plans to finish what it started within a year.

For those unfamiliar, Google's spruced-up Find My Device network harnesses the power of billions of Android devices to find each other using Bluetooth proximity. Also emerging are Bluetooth trackers like the AirTag that take advantage of the new Android network and will be available by May of this year.

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