BY | December 25, 2011

Norad Santa tracker 2011 is in news across the world. Tracking Santa is possible even by iPhone and iPad. Everyone wants to know the whereabouts of Santa Claus and add to the enjoyment of the festive season.

If reports are to be believed, a lot more people are tracking Santa on its festive journey via their smart phones including iPhones and iPads. Last year Cupertino based company Apple launched an app to track Santa journey globally.

This global positioning system allows the iPhone and iPad users to enjoy the tracking of Santa during Christmas. Fission Media Group Inc. at Edmonton Research Park developed the Santa app for Apple App Store. The app brings fun and joy for children and parents who are waiting for Santa on Christmas eve. Once the app reaches your smartphone it helps you start the countdown for Santa visit.

Meanwhile the tracking of Santa started from yesterday and millions of people are following it across the globe. People can get to know live update through Google Earth too. Google Earth replays the live update of Santa tracking.

Reports suggest that iPhone and iPad users can track Santa’s travel through this app as he travels through 550 destinations around the world. People across mid-Pacific, Australasia, Europe, and else can enjoy the journey of Santa on their favorite smartphone. Moreover, it would be a sweet Christmas gift for Children who want to enjoy the fun with red nosed Santa.

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