Android is one of the most popular smartphone OS and we use our Google account to access the Play store and also other Google Apps. The Google is used in many places including Google Chrome and also other devices. You might have accessed your Google account on multiple devices, but if you want to revoke access or remove the account, Google offers and option to view all the devices used.
You can see a list of devices that have accessed your account in the last 28 days or are currently signed in to your account by visiting the Devices & activity page.
You’ll also see details about your last activity on each device, like the last time and place you used it to access your account. If you have apps that automatically sync with Google, you’ll see the last time they synced. You can use this information to remove access to your account from a device or change your password if you notice suspicious activity.
Click on any device, you can see the browser used for accessing, last location and also option to remove the account access.
The remove access button is currently only available for Google apps on Android and iOS devices. In case you are having access issues on PC, you can try resetting the password.