Learn about Websafety’s new features for iOS and Android Tablets, Smartphones, and Desktop Web Application
WebSafety is on Android and iOS Smartphones and Tablets
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WebSafety’s vision is to provide an open window through which concerned parents can monitor questionable and potentially harmful content or a direct predatory exchange occurring on their child’s mobile device.
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The dashboard is the window that allows parents to see the activity and what is going on in their children's lives in real time, and recognize situations and issues, before it is too late. Available on the web and parent app.
Real-time alerts give parents the opportunity to become aware of cyberbullying and inappropriate behavior, in a timely manner.
Receive alerts when flagged URLs such as porn and other inappropriate websites are accessed from your child's device.
All WebSafety notifications can be set to real time, hourly, daily, or weekly summary reports.
NEWParents will have the ability to view all the SMS messages sent and received by their child's device with the ability to receive notifications when vulgar or derogatory words are used.
WebSafety features a real-time dashboard that parents can use to stay informed on the mobile device and tablet usage habits of their children.
NEWParents can establish time restrictions when the child can use their mobile devices. If the child tries to use the device during restricted times, the parent will be notified immediately.
Parents can view the current and past locations of their child’s device, and even create areas (geo-fences) that trigger notifications. These areas can be set as safe or restricted areas.
NEWBe aware of all installed apps on your child's device or tablet. WebSafety provides detailed descriptions of the leading applications on your child's device and why you should or should not be concerned.