Find My Bluetooth Device allows you to locate your lost headphones, earbuds, and devices, such as AirPods, using Bluetooth. It can find one of your AirPods or both.
Find My Bluetooth Device shows you how close you are to the AirPods (and other Bluetooth devices) and can lead you to their location. It will detect your earbuds if their Bluetooth signal is on and you are less than 330 feet away (100 meters).
If the headphones you are looking for are AirPods, they must be out of the case in order to be detected. If you've only lost one AirPod, leave the other one closed IN the case. For any other headphones, their Bluetooth must be on, which is usually the case.
If the device supports playing audio and is close enough, a Play Sound button will allow you to play a sound on the device.
This app helps you find your:
• AirPods 1, 2, & Pro
• Apple Watch
• Apple Pencil
• Beats headphones
• Fitbit & other smartwatches
• Tile and many other Bluetooth devices.
Notes for Success:
• Bluetooth technology is fickle, so it may take a few tries to find what you're looking for!
• Thousands of people HAVE found their lost AirPods and other devices using this app! If you don't find yours right away, take a deep breath, keep trying, and make sure you've read our detailed instructions and tips in the app! :)
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can help you navigate through the app and find your headphones. We answer quickly.
We care about you and work to maximize your chances of finding your devices.
If you found your device, consider leaving a 5-star rating and writing a review!
• Show when devices go offline
• Improved distance reliability
• Interface Improvements
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SAVED MY WATCH AND MY WALLET!!!!
First, I absolutely NEVER give a review right off the bat until I can test an apps worthiness in action and/or functionality. In this case 2 days after I downloaded it, it saved my Apple Watch from being lost forever and me from having to buy a new one. It got torn off my wrist and into a moving box that could have disappeared into a storage unit for months had I not been able to locate it, since it only uses WiFi to hook into my phone.
It took me right to within five feet of it and there it was !!! Thanks so much for an amazing app and I will positively promote his whenever it is asked of me for such information.
Developer Response ,
That’s actually a really cool story! It’s awesome that you found them. Reviews like this make us want to work harder on our apps.
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I use this not just for AirPods, but mainly for my Apple Watch - I don’t know why I keep putting it in the weirdest places in my room. If you have a general idea of where it is, (like, In your room), then it works better than any other app out there. I’d like to see them make a heat map for when I don’t know which room it’s in. This is because all it tells me is classification or “Weak”, rather than a continuous value, which could be easily represented as an infrared heat map.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for all the info! I’m glad it worked on your Apple Watch too. You might see that map coming up in the next updates!
Not worth buying
I didn't find this app to be very accurate or helpful. If it were free or nearly free I'd be more impressed.
I'm suspicious that most of the limitations of the app relate to the bluetooth technology and not the app or the work of the programmer. But that doesn't change my opinion: this is a poor choice for purchase at any price higher than $0.99.
I can confirm it was unable to find my closed airpod case. This is probably apple's fault but still should be reflected in a review of an app.
This app should filter out things that have no prior history with your device. I'm not sure whose tile I was able to track, but odds are that tile is attached to a neighbor's keys.
Each app developer has a responsibility to build safeguards into their own work rather than passing security flaws through to the end user. Ethically you ask yourself: "what if everyone did what I did?" In this case bluetooth proximity tracking would be shut down, probably by Apple, and developers of apps who did not plug holes in openings like this would be partially responsible for ruining the new tech.
Developer Response ,
Hi there! Wow! To provide some background: Bluetooth device discovery is and has been a public discovery technology, so when devices enable it, there’s no need to worry about feeling like you’re “snooping” on them. While we appreciate your concern for user privacy — a concern that we deeply share — we have self-examined our app’s feature set, and we know that we don’t put any users in harms way or risk others’ privacy. This app does quite the opposite; we actually help people! :)
We also recommend that users use our “favorite devices” feature to more easily keep tabs on their own devices. Additionally, Apple’s Core Bluetooth framework provides us with nearby devices, their names, and measurements that we can use to determine distance. Each device is identified with a locally unique, anonymous identifier that can’t be tracked across other iOS devices, and we only ever store these identifiers on your iOS device. We never use abuse any private APIs or do anything of the sort. Apple also cares deeply about user privacy and ethics, and they ensure that we meet their requirements every time we release an update.
Bluetooth definitely does have its limitations when it comes to reliability, so we work hard to do our best with the information available. We care about you, your privacy, your user experience, and that you find your Bluetooth device! :)
- Mehdi Amiri
- 39.1 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.