WebSafety Setup

WebSafety v2 is the best way to monitor your children’s mobile devices on the go.  Parents can now use it from an iPhone, iPad or Android.  That is why we have retired our web browser version.

Scroll down and follow these quick steps to get up and running on our latest version.

1. Setup Device for Parent

1. Install for Parent

Install WebSafety on the parent’s Android or iOS mobile device.  Download the app from either the Google Play or iTunes App Store.

2. Start Free Trial

Tap on the Start Free Trial button to begin the account creation process.  You will be prompted to select a subscription type and need to be setup for payment in the App Store.

3. Create Account

Your account credentials will be your e-mail address and a password that will be used on both the parent and children’s mobile devices.

4. Verify Account

We will send an e-mail to the specified address as a security check.  Open the message and tap on the Verify Account button.  If you can’t find the e-mail from WebSafety, check your Junk Mail folder.























Steps for Child Setup

5. Install On Child's Device

Install WebSafety on the child’s Android or iOS mobile device.  Download the app from either the Google Play or iTunes App Store.


6. Sign-in on Child Device

Tap on the Sign-in On Child’s Device button and enter the parent’s e-mail address and password.

7. Add Child's Info

Add the child’s name and photo to be easily recognized on the Parent’s dashboard.

8. Connect Accounts

Connect the child’s Facebook and Instagram accounts to monitor postings for inappropriate images and language in comments.

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9. View Parent Dashboard

On the parent’s device, tap the Sign-in On Parent’s Device button to view the Dashboard.  All child accounts will be shown and can be easily switched between.

10. Create Geo-fences

From the Maps feature, you can create common places and have alerts sent to you when the child device arrives or leaves from that location.


11. Create Curfews

From the Curfew feature, you can create blocks of time that the child’s device will not be able to be used.

12. View App Installations

From the Apps feature, you can view the install and uninstall history of apps the child has loaded onto their mobile device.

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WebSafety Monitors …

App installations and uninstalls on their device

GPS locations all day, every day

All comments and likers of your child’s social media photos

Common locations visited

Use of inappropriate words on social media and SMS messages*

Visits to inappropriate websites*

SMS message history and common contacts*

* SMS and Website history coming to iOS version soon

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Broad Range of Features

Monitor WWW

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

Real-time Alerts

All WebSafety notifications can be set to real time, hourly, daily, or weekly summary reports.


Monitor Messages

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.

Monitor Social Media

View all photos uploaded to your child's Social Media accounts including Instagram and Facebook in one convenient location and receive alerts when new photos are uploaded.


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



Parents 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.

Track Location

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.

Monitor Apps

Be 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.

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