With 2011 almost over, it has been a tradition by Google in cooperation with NORAD to track Santa’s whereabouts. Today, more than ever is it more enticing and exciting to track Santa’s flight as Google offers more ways of doing. This tradition of tracking Santa on Christmas Eve can now be done through Google Earth, Google Maps and on the NORAD Santa site using not only your computer’s desktop browser but on your mobile phone as well. To track’s Santa tomorrow simply point your mobile phone’s browser to www.noradsanta.org and that’s it, find out whether dear old Santa did really have a use for Siri on his iPhone 4S and managed to perform his duties and obligations to the billions of kids worldwide.
Additionally, you can track Santa via the following Google services:
- On Google Maps – visit www.noradsanta.org and see where Santa is heading next and you can even track him down through the “Santa cam videos” situationed worldwide
- Google Earth plug-in – things have changed, you can now even track Santa’s whereabouts in 3D
- On Google Maps for Mobile – no matter where you are and what you’re currently doing, you can now track Santa on your mobile phone
- On Social Media – Follow Santa’s whereabouts through Facebook, Twitter and of course Google+
- On YouTube – That’s right, Santa tracking now has its own YouTube via the NORAD Tracks Santa YouTube channel
Via [Official Google Blog]