Google Might Soon Release Its Own Version Of AirTag

TechnologyGoogle Might Soon Release Its Own Version Of AirTag


Tech Desk – As you know Apple’s AirTag feature is a savior for its users who often struggle with finding their devices. The ‘Find My Feature’ app allows you to track your device’s location.

Now, Google might develop its very own AirTag, which has been codenamed Grogu, Groguaudio, or GR10.

According to Kuba Wojciechowski, Google is working on its own location tracking in Fast Pair. Fast Pair is supported by Android devices running on Android 6 or later versions.

He also adds that the tracker might be available in various colors and will also include a speaker. Apple’s AirTag offers the same feature as well. Also, it could support UWB as well as Bluetooth Low Energy.

Wojciechowski also said it may be launched during the Google I/O Developer Conference that will happen in May this year. The exact dates of the event have not been confirmed yet. He adds that the trackers could be released along with new Pixel devices.

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