In anticipation of Christmas, Google has launched its annual Santa Tracking event, which allows users to track Santa’s journey to the North Pole in real time, bringing gifts to children from around the world,media reported. It’s been 16 years since Google offered Santa tracking.
By visiting Google’s official Santa Tracking website, people can track the elderly through a web browser on their iPhone, iPad or Mac. In addition, the site provides a real-time map of Santa’s current location, a real-time video of his journey, and the time he expects to arrive at each specific location.
In addition, the Santa website provides photos of places where Santa claus has been, a real-time count of gifts that have been given, and the distance of Santa’s current distance from the viewer’s location. By the way, there are related games and videos.
In fact, in addition to Google’s Santa tracking feature, there are similar features from other platforms, such as the Santa Tracking app and website of the North American Air Defense Command, but Google seems to be more interactive and give smaller information.