WebSafety is currently available only on Android Smartphones and Tablets. iOS Support Coming Soon!

What is WebSafety's Vision?

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 phone.

How WebSafety Works


Download the application at no charge from the major Android marketplaces such as Google Play. iOS compatibility Coming Soon!


Parents can protect multiple Android devices such as tablets and phones. Parents can customize the alerts and other information they desire to receive about their child’s activity and behavior.


The dashboard is the window that allows parents to see the activity and what is going in in their children's lives in real time, and recognize situations and issues, before it is too late.


Real-time alerts give parents the opportunity to become aware of cyberbullying and inappropriate behavior, in a timely manner.


  • WebSafety features a real-time dashboard that parents can use to stay informed on the mobile phone and tablet usage habits of their children.

  • Be aware of all installed apps on your child's phone or tablet. WebSafety provides detailed descriptions of the leading applications on your child's phone and why you should or should not be concerned.

  • Parents 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.

  • Receive alerts when flagged URLs such as porn and other inappropriate websites are accessed from your child's device.

  • Parent will be able to view the current and past locations of their child's device, and even create a 25 mile radius geo-fence to alert parents.

  • Parents can establish time restrictions when the child can use their mobile devices. The child may only use the device during restricted times to make phone calls. All other activities will be blocked. If the child attempts to break the curfew, the parent will be notified immediately.

  • All the previously mentioned notifications can be set to real time, daily, or weekly summary reports.

WebSafety Community

Being informed is the first step in protecting our children.
  • WebSafety Blog

    Experts in the community keep us up to date so we can stay informed about the best ways to protect our children.

  • WebSafety Forum

    Have dialogues with other parents about the best ways to protect our children.

  • WebSafety Support

    Need help? Get in touch with our Support Team to get the help you need.


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