Google has launched a 'Find My Phone' feature that allows you to locate your Android phone through Google search.
Users just have to type in “Find my phone,” and Google will show where your phone is exactly on a map. The feature has a drop-down menu from where you can choose to let your phone ring for five minutes, if it's anywhere in the near vicinity. If your device is found in an unsecure location, you can click on the map to be redirected to the full Android Device Manager page. Google states that to use the 'Find my Phone' feature users must have the latest version of Android's main Google app installed on their phone and their browser must be logged into the same Google account as their phone.