North Pole is really busy this time of the year with the elves checking the list of gifts, arranging them, feeding the reindeer and tuning the sleigh before the global flight as millions wait for Christmas. Google has been tracking Santa Claus since 2004 on Google Earth and this year they have come up with an algorithm to plot Santa’s journey around the world. Santa’s sleigh maybe the fastest thing in the air when it takes flight and Santa is busy delivering millions of gifts. Also Read - Anyone on Twitter can now host a Space: Here's how
You can follow his journey on Google Earth and on Google Maps at google.com/santatracker. There is an Android app and an extension for Chrome to help you track Santa form wherever you are on your smartphone or tablet. To get the latest updates on his trip, you can even follow Google Maps on Google+, Facebook and Twitter. Also Read - Google cuts Play Store fee to 15 percent for all subscription apps from 2022
The countdown begins now for the Google Santa Tracker’s launch on December 24. You can view the countdown clock in Santa’s Village and join in the preparations or ask Santa to call a friend or family member.