Google is getting ready for Christmas, and they want to help you keep track of Santa

Google has once again built a neat little Santa tracker page, complete with an advent calendar and interactive web elements. Point your browser right here, and you can count down the days until he makes his rounds, and click a few things in the calendar to keep track of all the happenings in Santa's village.

In addition to the web site, Google will be releasing this year's Android app once "the elves approve it" in mid December.

This looks like a lot of fun for the little ones in your life, or the big ones who still act like little ones around Christmas time. Be sure to check it out.

Source: Google

 

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Google Santa Tracker 2013 page live, Android app coming soon

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Funny saying ho, ho, ho you may get some that then say where, where, where lol

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^^^^SPOILER ALERT^^^^^^ and bah humbug he exists in many of a kids mind and some adults aswel ho ho ho lol

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I prefer the Santa Smacker page...But seriously, Santa is my hero... he knows where all the naughty girls live.

Considering Santa tends to protect his privacy, perhaps he isn't happy that Google is tracking his location.

He's real to me Dammit

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So where is the competition for the Note 3? Oh right there isn't any...

Wait a minute... I still have the Santa Tracker app from last year. They aren't using that one?

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Uakk! The site's displayed in Finnish, of all languages, for me. And no, I'm not in Finland, and I don't understand a word of Finnish... Hooray for Google Translate :-)

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Uakk! The site's displayed in Finnish, of all languages, for me. And no, I'm not in Finland, and I don't understand a word of Finnish... Hooray for Google Translate :-)

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Yeah, what's up with that? Mine is too.

I was going to send it to my kid, but she isn't able to read Finnish.

WTF?!? Clicked on the link using IE10....nothing...says use Chrome. Really!?! Something like this should be universal.