If you’re ever separated from your Android phone because you forgot it in an airport bathroom, or at the food court in the mall, or somewhere else inside certain buildings, Google’s Find My Phone app might improve the odds of a reunion. As noted by SlashGear, Google has updated the app to help make it as useful inside some structures as it is outdoors.

Because GPS doesn’t always work inside buildings, using the app to make your misplaced handset ring had been the most reliable way to get reunited with an Android phone lost inside one. But the aforementioned update to Find My Device adds indoor maps support for some airports, malls and other large buildings. Of course, this remedy only works if the building where your phone has gone missing happens to have been mapped by Google.

So for the best results using Find My Phone, make sure that if you misplace your Android flavored handset, you do it inside a building that has been mapped by Google. Of course, that might not always be possible. Still, Find my Phone actually does come in handy inside, even if you use it just to make your phone ring. And if you do lose your handset outdoors, the odds go up that this app will find it. Therefore, you just might want to install Find My Phone on your Android phone. To do so, click on this link.