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Google could also plan its own location tracker, such as AirTag

According to a new leak, Google may be planning its own location tracker tag, like Apple’s AirTag. And it’s already started, as it’s under the Google Nest team.

Apple’s AirTag and Samsung’s SmartTag have already attracted a lot of attention to smart trackers that let you track location on your phone, and Google is also entering the competition by releasing its own smart tracker soon.

Google’s Smart Tracker: All the details

Google's Smart Tracker: All the details

A well-known Android developer Mishal Rahman found some references related to Google’s smart tag in the Google Fast Pair developer console as it was listed with a device type called “Locator Tag”.

And to make it more certain, another developer, Kuba Wojciechowski, also reported the same that Google is working on its own smart tracker, and he also revealed that it is its code name Grogu.

Because it was spotted with different names but none of them were correct because it’s being worked on but currently it’s codenamed to the Star Wars’ character, which is small and cute, hinting that the upcoming location tracker would look like it.

In addition, Cuba also noted that Google would release this tracker in multiple color optionsand like Apple’s ‌AirTags‌, it will also have a built-in speaker so users can easily locate the or their missing device using sound.

There isn’t much information about the feature though, but Google’s tracker tag is expected to provide that more properties than Apple’s ‌AirTags‌, because AirTag is only limited to iPhones and Google’s Android leads the large smartphone market.

Currently, there is no leak on when Google will launch this smart tracker, but the company is more likely to reveal it with the launch of the new Pixel tablet.

Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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