Track Easter Bunny celebrates 10-year anniversary, announces new Santa Tracker app

SantaTracker.net appThe secret’s out!

In celebration of our 10-year anniversary, the team that brought you Track Easter Bunny, is developing a stylish smartphone app that will allow you to track the precise location of Santa Claus this Christmas, called SantaTracker.net.

We’ve learned a lot of valuable lessons over the past 10 years while we tracked the Easter Bunny and had over 1 million visitors.

Now we’re taking what we’ve learned and all the feedback we’ve received from users, and pouring it into the development of a very sophisticated smartphone app that will let you reliably keep track of Santa Claus and his reindeer.

The app is still in development, but will be released in time for Christmas 2019.

Take a look at the screenshot from Santa Tracker’s home screen.

More information and screen shots will be teased soon. Stay tuned for updates!

For more information, visit: www.santatracker.net, Twitter: @santatrackernet, Facebook: santatrackernet

Enjoy!

— The Track Easter Bunny Team

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NORAD’s Santa Tracker is live!

UPDATE December 25, 2015: Merry Christmas! The Santa Tracker is now offline. As of Christmas morning, Santa delivered approximately 7,281,439,471 gifts according to NORAD.

Track Santa in real-time using NORAD’s Santa Tracker below. Mobile users who can’t see the Santa Tracker can visit NORAD’s NORAD Tracks Santa

NORAD Tracks Santa

Only 22 days until NORAD’s Santa Tracker website goes live!

Official NORAD Santa Tracker websiteCan you believe it? There are only 22 days left until the Official NORAD Santa Tracker website goes live.

The launch date has been set for December 1, 2014.

You can visit NORAD’s website at: http://www.noradsanta.org/ for more information.

NORAD Tracks Santa website goes live December 1

NORAD Tracks Santa website goes live December 1

While we can’t help you track Santa Claus because our focus is on the Easter Bunny, there is a way to track Santa Claus as he leaves the North Pole on Christmas Eve.

The NORAD Tracks Santa website (http://www.noradsanta.org/) launches in just a few hours.

Visit NORAD Tracks Santa beginning December 1, 2013, for games, videos and much more.