Google’s rumored Bluetooth tracker could trump Apple’s AirTags – here’s why

It’s looking increasingly likely that Google will launch its answer to Apple AirTags and the Find My network at Google IO 2023 – and new rumors suggest Google’s system will support not just its own Bluetooth tracker, but third-party ones, too.

Like Apple’s network, Google’s rumored equivalent – expected to be called the Finder Network – will help you track down lost or stolen items, even when they’re offline. And according to 9to5Google (opens in new tab), the network will support Bluetooth trackers from Pebblebee, Eufy, and Chipolo, alongside the incoming Google AirTag rival (rumored to be called the Nest tile tracker).