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How to track Santa on Christmas Eve on your iPhone or iPad

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How to track Santa on Christmas Eve on your iPhone or iPad

You can as soon as once more track Santa's adventure this Christmas with lend a hand from Google, NORAD and Microsoft.

Google Maps

Simply open up Google Maps app on your iPhone or iPad and seek for “Santa Claus”. Google will then show his region and in addition offers you an choice to “discuss with” that region.

Tapping on the seek advice from icon will lead Google Maps to offers you extra details about Santa’s adventure like the whole distance travelled, selection of presents he has brought till now, his subsequent prevent and extra.

If you don’t have Google Maps put in, you'll be able to nonetheless track Santa’s region through looking for “Santa Claus” in Safari.

Google first began monitoring Santa in 2004. Initially the corporate used its personal Google Earth platform to show Santa’s region. From 2007 to 2011 even though, the corporate labored intently with NORAD. However, in 2012, Google went again to monitoring Santa on its personal as NORAD got to work with Microsoft.

NORAD Santa Tracker

If you don’t like Google’s Santa Tracker, you'll be able to use some other well-liked Santa monitoring app: NORAD Tracks Santa. The app has been created by way of the North American Aerospace Defense Command, and is to be had for each iPhones and iPad. You too can discuss with the Norad Santa website on Safari on your iPad or iPhone to track Santa’s adventure.

And in any case Merry Christmas to everybody..

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