The Portable North Pole app allows users to send personalized birthday messages. Users can provide phone numbers for Santa to call and deliver a wish or tell a story. More »

The North Pole's latitude is 90 degrees north, and the South Pole's latitude is 90 degrees south. The latitude indicates each geographic point's distance from the equator, which lies at zero degrees latitude. More »

Many animals live at the North Pole, commonly referred to as the Arctic region, including arctic foxes, arctic hares, Alaskan malamutes, polar bears, seals and beluga whales. Some animals live closer to the bottom of the... More »

When used responsibly, the Kik messenger app is a safe way for cellphone users to send and receive messages. Kik messages are free to send and permit the user to message using a username, not a phone number. More »

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Our Daily Bread app is a free mobile app that allows users to read Christian messages and devotional thoughts on the go. This app is compatible with Android, Kindle Fire, and iPhone, iPad and iPod. More »

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The North Pole, the northernmost part of the Earth, is not officially part of any single nation. One country, Russia, has placed a flag on the North Pole. More »

The North Pole's latitude is 90 degrees north, and the South Pole's latitude is 90 degrees south. The latitude indicates each geographic point's distance from the equator, which lies at zero degrees latitude. More »