Days after the Android Device Manager started appearing on some Android phones, Google has made its webpage live too. If you have already received the new Google Play Services version on your Android device, you can now head over to this link to remotely track your Android tablet or smartphone or even wipe it remotely if needed, however you will first need to activate the wipe function in Android Device Manager settings on your device.
Android Device Manager can also be used to track a misplaced smartphone by making it ring loudly. As the service is being rolled-out in batches, it might take days to reach your phone or tablet.
To remind you, Android Device Manager works on any Android device with version 2.2 or above on-board. You can read more about how to use Android Device Manager at this Google help page.