The Android Device Manager has finally gone public, helping users track or remotely wipe their device using nothing but a web browser. However, it seems like this service is being gradually rolled out around the world, so don’t be surprised if you aren’t able to track your device as of now. Google is yet to launch an app to accommodate for the web interface, which should be available by the end of August as promised.
The web interface also gives users the option to make the device ring at a high volume and also change the name of the device. It will work on any device running on Android 2.2 and up, so make sure you head over to Settings–Security–Device Administrators and check whether you have Android Device Manager listed there. If yes, all you have to do is check the box and activate the service and head over to the web interface and track your device. Make sure you let us know if you’ve been able to access the web interface of the Android Device Manager.