The All I Want From Santa App, available now for free on the Android Market, lets kids sign in with a unique user name and password and leave wish lists and letters that will be sent directly to Santa. ‘Santa’ can then check his or her phone and find out exactly what their kids are hoping for this Christmas.
Send a Personalized Call From Santa Courtesy of Google Voice
Want to light up your kids this Christmas? How about surprising them with a call from Santa! Sendacallfromsanta.com is a free service powered by Google Voice that will let you send a customized voicemail to someone from Santa! You can customize who Santa is talking too and all sorts of things that Santa will say when he calls. The message can then be sent via a phone call, an email message, or it can be shared on Facebook or Twitter.
Christmas Dialer Sends Kids a Free Voicemail from Santa
ChristmasDialer.com is a neat site where you can have kids sign up to get a special voicemail from Santa. And best of all, the service is totally free! You can even choose from three Santa Messages. Kids will feel so special when they receive their Santa voicemail. Another similar service, called SantaVoicemail is a paid service that will let you receive customizable Santa messages where you can specify the Sender’s name, what area your child needs to improve on, and what toy your child
Participate in a Global Secret Santa
Secret Santa has always been a great tradition in many classrooms and offices around the world. But even if you aren’t a part of one, that doesn’t mean you have to left out of the fun. Firebox has set up a Global Secret Santa program. The way it works is that for just $15 you can choose from a selection of gifts to send to someone else out there, and that can be anyone on the planet. In return you’ll get a gift too from your own Secret Santa but the gift will be from Firebox’s warehouses. Firebox’s goal here is to set a new world record for the biggest…
NORAD Tracks Santa This Year Using Google Earth
Every year NORAD uses radar, satellites, Santa Cams and fighter jets to track Santa around the world. This year NORAD is using GOogle Earth to track Santa, so that kids all over the world can download Google Earth and track Santa too. All you have to do is download and install Google Earth, and on December 24th, download the NORAD Tracks Santa file for Google Earth as well. Until then you can check out the Kids’ Countdown to track santa, which also features hot updates from the North Pole. Update 12/24/09: Check out NORAD’s Santa Tracker for 2009