Enter the number of the phone you want to locate and get its exact geolocation displayed on a map:
Josh wants to know the whereabouts of his friend Julia.
GPS location: 41.40338, 2.17403
Mary has lost her phone and wants to find it.
GPS location: 36.42746, 3.21452
Sana wants to know the location of her little brother.
GPS location: 65.43871, 9.45288
In most cases, we want to locate the phone because it has been stolen or simply lost. If this is the case for you, there are solutions to precisely locate the device on a map. Apple's iPhones and Google's Androids each offer a specific way to locate the phone. Apple iPhones use the "Locate" application with a connected iCloud account. Google's Androids use the "Find my device" application with a connected Gmail or Google account.
Gmail is a Google tool for receiving and sending emails. However, it cannot be used to locate your phone. Google has a different service for locating your Android phone. This one is called "Find my phone".
When you use Gmail, it means that you have a Google account. It is with this account that you can eventually locate your smartphone. Beware, this application and any other geolocation service does not have a 100% success rate.
If you don't have a Gmail account, you can use third-party services such as Geoloc.be, which allows you to locate a phone safely by sending an anonymous SMS. You can see the exact location of the phone on a map in Google Maps once the owner of the phone has clicked on the link received by SMS.
With the Geoloc.be service, we also offer telephone assistance 6 days a week as well as a detailed tutorial to locate a mobile phone free of charge.