Following on from the August release of the Android Device Manager service, Google has now released an Android app to interact with the Android Device Manager, allowing you to use your handset or tablet to locate other devices attached to your Google accounts.

Reminiscent of the ‘Find my iPhone’ style apps from iOS-land, the Android Device Manager app allows you to locate all linked devices on a map, tells you the last time they were located, and gives you the option to make the device ring (useful if you’ve lost it somewhere in the house), lock the device or, in the worst case scenario, erase the device, protecting all your personal data if you think your Android has been stolen or permanently misplaced.

The interface is really easy to use, as you can see above. It’s something that should be installed on all Androids, particularly if you have more than one.