“Adam Wilson’s children know Santa and his elves are real. Sure, the candy canes and notes that the elves leave around their house at this time of year could have been planted by sneaky parents,” John Tozzi reports for Businessweek. “But Wilson has more convincing evidence on his iPhone: footage of elves in the Wilson’s house.”
““For eons, kids have always wanted proof that there’s Santa and there’s elves,” says Wilson, a 40-year-old digital creative director at ad agency Mcgarrybowen in Chicago,” Tozzi reports. “The app is called Santa Spy Cam, and it’s been downloaded 170,000 times since it made its debut in the iTunes store on Nov. 18″
“The idea took shape last year, when Wilson’s four kids became obsessed with the Elf on the Shelf,” Tozzi reports. “For the uninitiated, that’s a popular storybook that comes with a toy elf doll that, parents say, monitors whether children behave well enough to deserve gifts on Christmas morning.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Ellis D.” for the heads up.]