More ways to talk to Santa than ever
For anyone wanting to keep tabs on where Santa Claus visits on Christmas Eve, well, there’s an app for that. Google’s Santa Tracker, which was first launched in 2004.
The site has been live during December for parents and teachers alike to help their kids be entertained while learning at the same time – you can code a snowflake, or there are also chances to learn about how different cultures enjoy Christmas each year. There’s even a translation area, where you can learn how to say phrases like “season’s greetings” and “happy new year” in more than 20 languages.
Santa Tracker is not just a place to play games, learn coding skills and create art. It’s also a large, real-world app that shows off Google Maps Platform capabilities. Check it out → https://t.co/XKifZuFPiK pic.twitter.com/f00eKnZFpY
— Google Maps Platform (@GMapsPlatform) December 21, 2018