I would like to manage different Android devices on one place. It means I would like to see information about these devices on a single account. Mainly I would like to get a list of installed applications, latest geographical position.

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    And you have already checked with the relevant Q&As here on this site – and nothing fits? What about Which program allows remote management of Android devices? And are you asking for multiple devices you own (and run with a single e.g. Google account) – or about managing all devices of an international corporation (just to name two extremes)?
    – Izzy
    Nov 22 '17 at 17:33

There are a few ways to do what you're looking for.

One option is to use a parental control app that lets you see the location, browsing history, apps downloads, sms activities, etc. One such app is called qustodio. You can find many similar ones online.

Sending method: This method will require you to have the Google account password for the device in question. (This method is only ideal if all devices are using the same Google account)

  • open play.Google.Com in your browser in desktop view and after signing in, go to the menu>apps, and you'll see a drop down list. In the list select the device for which you want to see installed apps. Scroll through the list to see the apps that were installed
  • to see the location of the device, you can use Google's find my device option. After logging in you'll see the location of the phone. (Note: sometimes the phone will get a notification that the device was located using this option)

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