Google has released a software update that allows users to delete information from their mobile devices.
The update comes a week after the company revealed the Android update was available for iPhone owners on Google Play.
The update allows users who are not using an Android device to download the software and run it without any user intervention.
The Google+ app has also been updated to support the update, and users can now delete their data in a few seconds.
The company has also said the update will be rolled out to other devices including the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Xiaomi Mi6.
Google has not revealed the exact number of Android devices that have been updated with the update but a report from Business Insider suggested that it could be around a million devices.
The Google+ update will go live on Google Maps and the company has said that users will be able to delete their personal information, including contact information and credit card details.
Users will be required to create a new account with the company to take advantage of the feature.