He may see you when you’re sleeping and know when you’re awake, but Santa probably doesn’t have his own web apps to keep tabs on you.

The Google Santa Tracker lets you follow Santa and his reindeer-powered sleigh as he delivers presents around the world, in real time. The search engine company will start mapping his route at 5 pm EST on Christmas Eve,  allowing viewers to spot his exact location, his next stop, the time left before his next departure and just exactly how many presents he’s dropped off in the meantime.

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It also allows users to customize a personal message from Saint Nick and the ability to send it to a phone, through e-mail or through Google+. However you’ve got to be a big kid (18 years or older) to use the service, and live in…

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