Download Where is Santa Lite app free for iOS devices

Get the free Where is Santa Lite app for your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad mini

By , ITworld |  Mobile & Wireless, free where is santa app ios

Here's how you can download the Where is Santa Lite app free for your iPad, iPhone, iPad mini or iPod Touch.

Download the Where is Santa Lite App Free From iTunes
1. Go to the Where is Santa Lite app preview page in iTunes.

2. Click the View in iTunes button.

3. Click the Free button to download the app.

4. Sync your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad mini with iTunes to install the Where is Santa Lite app.

Download the Where is Santa Lite App Free From the iOS App Store
1. Open the App Store on your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad mini.

2. Search for "Where is Santa Lite" (without the quotes).

3. Tap the Free button to download the app and install it on your iOS device.

Here's a description and screenshot of Where is Santa Lite for iOS devices:

"This app allows you to follow Santa's every move at any minute from anywhere ( not just on Christmas Eve).

It has the most efficient and accurate tracking Santa radar ever built. You can initial a complete scan to find out where Santa is at every minute. A dynamic report of Santa's current location and activity will be followed with every scan.

The sophisticated system will also display both locations of Santa and Yourself. On top of that, it also finds out the estimated Santa's arrival time with a counting down timer.

Millions of Santa tracking stations are set up and they will diligently report and update Santa's every move during the Christmas Eve. A complete trail of Santa's journey can be accurately traced and you won't want to miss that. "

Where is Santa Lite

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