You can use Google Settings to manage settings for Google apps and services on any Android device that has Google Play installed.
How to find Google Settings
You can find Google settings in one of these places (depending on your device):
- A separate app called Google Settings
- In your main Settings app, scroll down and touch Google
Settings you can manage
Expand the sections below to learn more about settings you can manage with Google Settings:
Touch Connected apps to manage apps that are connected to your Google account. This includes apps with Google+ sign-in permissions and apps connected with Google Fit.
Touch Play Games to manage your game profile visibility, notifications, and other settings for games you've downloaded from the Play Store.
Search & Now
Touch Search & Now
to manage settings and preferences for the Google Search app
and Google Now.
Touch Ads to manage Google ad preferences, opt out of interest-based ads, and reset your advertising ID.
Android Device Manager
You can verify apps prior to installing to know if they're potentially harmful to your device. To verify apps, touch Security
, then turn on "Scan device for security threats." Learn more about protecting your device against harmful apps
Touch Drive-enabled apps to manage sync preferences for Drive-enabled apps.
Sign-in and security
Touch Sign-in & security to manage and review your Google Account access and security settings, including the way you sign into your account and how you get notifications.
Personal info & privacy
Touch Personal info & privacy to manage and review your Google Account’s privacy settings, and items like your personal info or account history settings.
Touch Account preferences to manage and review your Google Account preferences like your Google Drive Storage. You can also delete individual Google services here.
Clear third-party app data
You can clear third-party app data that's being stored using cloud save. To clear app data, touch Menu > Clear app data on the main Google Settings screen.
Get verification codes
You can get verification codes for Google sign-in screens even if your device is offline. To do this, touch Menu > Get verification code.
Usage and diagnostics
You can help improve the Android experience by allowing information to be sent to Google about how you use your device and how it's working. To manage these settings, touch Menu > Usage & diagnostics.