Apr 27, 2013
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Top Shelf: find my Android
Finding a lost iPhone is easy — the functionality is built right into iOS. But Google doesn’t provide built-in tracking services on Android, meaning you’ll have to be far more proactive if you want to recover a lost or stolen device running Google’s mobile OS.
That’s why David Pierce and Dan Siefert decided to play a little game of GPS hide-and-seek to find out which third-party apps and services work best at finding your beloved handset.

Top Shelf: find my Android

Finding a lost iPhone is easy — the functionality is built right into iOS. But Google doesn’t provide built-in tracking services on Android, meaning you’ll have to be far more proactive if you want to recover a lost or stolen device running Google’s mobile OS.

That’s why David Pierce and Dan Siefert decided to play a little game of GPS hide-and-seek to find out which third-party apps and services work best at finding your beloved handset.

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