How to find your lost Android phone

After saving my pocket money for a long, I finally bought my desired Android smartphone, a month ago. I am now in the clouds of immense sadness as my Android smartphone is no longer with me. I have lost it two days ago. Alas! Those out of you, who also have lost expensive phone or gadget ever can understand my mood easily. Well, nothing is going to happen in my favor by feeling sorry over this incidence again and again. Therefore I am no longer crying on it. In fact, I am up to buy a new Android smartphone. This time I will use my new Android with full setup. First I will install the Security apps in it, the apps that can help me in tracking and finding my lost phone.

Best Apps to find and locate lost Android Phone

Best Apps to find lost Android Phone

Yeah, such apps do exist and are must to have on everyone’s Android. Did not you know about them before? Even I also came to know about such apps after losing my first expensive Android smartphone. There are many apps to help users in finding their lost Android phone. Of course, all apps are not worth trying. Therefore I am here with list of best apps to help you in this cause. Check the list below.

Top 5 Apps to track and locate lost Android phone

Lookout Mobile Security
This app is unquestionably the best in this category, and has helped many users to get their lost Android phone back. If you lost your Android, then you can track its location on Google Maps. But remember, you need to have account on ‘Lookout.com’. You can also lock your lost mobile remotely to prevent any unpleasant use.

SeekDroid
SeekDroid, is another good app to help you to find your lost Android phone. This app packs features like, remote lock, remotely GPS Control, text messaging support etc. The best part about this app is that it works without requiring any SIM card.

Plan B
This app also comes from the house of ‘Lookout Mobile Security’. It is probably the only app that you can install even after losing your Android phone. The installation is done from web browser, and for this, you are required to enter your Gmail account login credentials. Once you install the app remotely, you are sent a mail to your registered email ID. This email contains the GPS co-ordinates of your lost Android phone.

AntiDroidTheft
Its another amazing app with good ratings from a huge number of users. The app is free to download and once you install it on your Android phone, you can locate it by logging on to the official website of the app. Spy Camera feature of the app lets you view the pictures taken from your Android’s camera.

Wheres My Droid
Find your lost Android phone by making it to ring louder, or by getting the GPS co-ordinates of it. You can send the attention words to your lost Android phone. These attention words work as commands. The latest version of the app allows you to send commands from online commander.

So which one do you opt to install on your Android smartphone? Do let us know by commenting here.

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8 thoughts on “How to find your lost Android phone

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