The search giant is rolling out a feature to monitor users activity on Mac OS X, which will be introduced in the next few months

Google has been quietly rolling out an automated alert system that monitors all activity on the Mac and iOS operating systems.

Users will be able to opt-in to this feature when logging into their account, or by signing in using their Google account.

Google says it’s working with a number of different partners to create a new system to help users better manage their accounts.

“This new feature will allow Google to automatically alert users when they perform an action on their Mac or iOS device that could impact their security,” Google said in a blog post.

The alert system will also allow users to opt out of notifications from the company, so they don’t have to worry about being contacted about any issues with their Mac, the company said.

There’s no word yet on when this feature will be rolled out, but the feature will likely debut in the coming months.

Android users who use Google Play will also be able opt-out of the alerts feature, as well.

It’s worth noting that Google is rolling this feature out to all users who have a Google account, rather than just developers, so it should be fairly easy to implement.