Santa Can be Everywhere with New Mobile Santa App

By   USDR

This Christmas season, Santa is going mobile! PackageFromSanta.com has launched a new Personalized Video From Santa app available for free download via the iTunes App Store and the Android App  Store.

This award winning mobile app puts the power of personalization in the palm of the hand, allowing users to create a customized video adventure for a loved one. Four different North Pole adventures are available, including two completely new for 2015, and a personalized Christmas Eve  video.

This must-have app for the upcoming holiday season features groundbreaking North Pole inspired technology that is guaranteed to amaze children. The app allows users to customize the video of their choice with a child’s photos, name, age, state, country, and  more.

Children of all ages will watch in awe and delight as their favorite North Pole characters come to life before their eyes in their very own special high quality video. The one and only real Santa Claus delivers the verdict on whether a child has made the naughty or nice list. Santa also offers great words of encouragement for the holidays and will help make Christmas a little more  special.

This app is a fun and easy way to make a magical Christmas memory that is sharable with friends and  family.

Free app download is available for a limited time. Additional videos and views may be purchased and downloaded for a magical  keepsake.

For more information, visit:  afreevideofromsantaclaus.packagefromsanta.com.

About  PackageFromSanta.com
PackageFromSanta.com is a Michigan family owned business in operation for over 9 years offering one of kind, proprietary items including personalized phone calls, video greetings, letters, and packages from Santa Claus. All products are made in the USA. All PackageFromSanta.com videos feature the real bearded Santa Claus. PackageFromSanta.com is the only Santa Letter website registered with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and has an A+  rating.

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