How To Track Santa On Christmas Eve On Your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

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If you’ve an iPhone, iPad and iPod touch then it is now very easy to track Santa’s progress as he delivers presents to boys and girls around the world.

Google Earth:

As it has done for so many years, Google helps you track Santa’s journey via the tour guide feature with the latest version the Google Earth iOS app.

Launch the Google Earth app and swipe up at the bottom, which will reveal the tour tab. Tap on the Santa button to launch the Santa tracker to see where Santa was last spotted and where he’s headed next and keep tabs on how many presents he’s delivered.

You can download Google Earth for free using this direct App Store link.

NORAD Tracks Santa:

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You can also track Santa’s progress on your iPhone using NORAD Tracks Santa app by the folks at North American Aerospace Defense Command who have been tracking Santa Claus on Christmas Eve for the last 62 years.

You can download NORAD Tracks Santa iPhone app for free using this direct App Store link.

Email

You can get an update on Santa’s location by sending an email to noradtrackssanta@outlook.com.

Phone

You can also call 1-877-HI-NORAD or 1-877-446-6723 to speak to a NORAD staff member who will be able to tell Santa’s exact location. If you’re overseas (or in Colorado Springs), you need to call 1-719-556-5211.

Online

You can track Santa’s progress on your Mac or PC via the following links:

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  • Kiwiholden

    To bad it’s already 7.30 Xmas morning here. Your a day or two late

  • http://www.facebook.com/mactrix Marcus Nilsson

    You know that these are fake because if they really were tracking Santa, he would be in Sweden the 24th as that is when the gifts are delivered here.