'Santa Trackers' once again popular on Christmas Eve

One way of discovering the exact location of the world’s most notorious flier and his army of reindeers is with any number of Santa Tracker apps. Google’s Santa Tracker website and Android app will go live on December 24, when the beardy gift-giver will begin journeying around the planet and slide down the chimneys of people who are lucky enough to live in houses rather than pokey little flats.

Google wrote: ‘For 13 years, Google’s Santa Tracker has been a fun, educational and interactive way for fans to celebrate the holiday season.’ The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) runs its own Tracker website and has been following Father Christmas for more than 60 years. Many local TV stations use the NORAD website to track Santa.

You can also track Santa using Amazon Alexa by installing the ‘NORAD Tracks Santa’ skill, which you can find by clicking here. https://www.amazon.com/NORAD-Tracks-Santa/dp/B077D2GY1Z