Goblin Spurs live! Best way to track Santa on iPhone, Android and TVs

Goblin Spurs live!  Best way to track Santa on iPhone, Android and TVs

Santa has now officially started his long journey across the globe and there are some very easy ways to keep an eye on exactly where he is. Using the latest sled tracking satellite technology, kids can make sure they’re tucked into bed long before he arrives to deliver bags of presents. If you want to watch Santa Claus and his reindeer travel the planet, here are some of the best apps for your smartphone and TV.

TRACK NISSENS ONLINE

• GOOGLE NISSAN TRACKS

Google is back with more festive fun. The company’s online Santa tracker not only shows you exactly where he is, but also offers plenty of entertainment to keep kids from getting bored while they wait. There are fun games like Snowball Storm, Penguin Dash and Gift Slingshot plus you can get Santa ready for a selfie in the lounge and create a festive band thanks to the Elf Jamband.

Other festive treats include Code Boogie which offers a way for kids to learn some basic coding and there are ways to get creative using Santa’s canvas.

Google Santa Tracker is completely free to use in all the most popular browsers, including Chrome and Safari.

You can find all the fun by clicking the link below.

GOOGLE NISSAN TRACKS

TRACK SANTA ON YOUR PHONE

• NORAD APP

To keep track of Santa, you need some help from space. Fortunately, the very nice people at NORAD, (that’s the North American Aerospace Defense Command), are handing over their state-of-the-art satellites to ensure that millions can see where the sled is headed.

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Amazingly, NORAD Tracks Santa has been in operation for over 60 years and remains one of the most popular ways to see the reindeer zipping around the world.

The tradition started back in 1955 when a local store ad misprinted a phone number that children could call if they wanted to reach Santa Claus.

According to NORAD’s director of operations, Col. Harry Shoup received the first “Santa” call and had his staff check radar data to see if there were any indications that Santa was heading south from the North Pole. There were actually signs of Santa, and children who called in received an update on Santa’s location.

You can download the app on both Android and iPhone, and once installed, you’ll get an accurate GPS location of his progress and how far away he is from your home.

• NORAD SANTA TRACKER iPHONE

• NORAD SANTA TRACKER ANDROID

WATCH NISSENS ON YOUR TV

• SKY TRACKS JUNSEN

Anyone with a Sky Q, Sky Glass or Sky Stream box in the living room can now see where Santa is on their TVs.

The satellite TV company is back with a very simple way to keep a close eye on your journey.

All users need to do is grab their remotes, press the voice search button and say one of a variety of phrases, including “Where’s Santa?”; “Santa Tracker”; “Where’s the Santa Tracker?”; “Where is Santa right now?”; “Follow Santa”; “Is Santa coming tonight?”

A full guide will then appear on the biggest screen in your home.

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