Google Might Be Preparing a Rival to Apple’s Find My Network

Google is reportedly working on a competitor to the Find My network that Apple built to help people find lost devices that are near one of the hundreds of millions of Macs, iPads, or iPhones used every day.

9to5Google reported that Google’s network, which appears to be built on top of the existing Find My Device utility built into Android, would use an API called Spot that it discovered in the latest Google Play services beta. The report suggested Google also plans to use the Spot brand for an app based on the API.

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