WebSafety, Inc. announced on Friday that their CellSafety product now supports 88 smartphones. Using a phone’s GPS system, CellSafety’s patent pending technology detects when a vehicle is moving at speeds above 10 mph and blocks all texting, emailing, and web browsing. This includes chat, IM, and Skype.
The CellSafety mobile phone application is compatible on 88 models of smartphones powered by the Android, Blackberry, and Symbian operating systems and on all of the major wireless carriers in the United States (AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon) as well as the three wireless networks in Canada (Bell Mobility, Rogers, and Telus).
The CellSafety mobile phone application is the most widely available software solution to stop the dangerous and often deadly practice of texting-while-driving. It is also effective in reducing corporate liability for vehicular accidents caused by an employee’s improper use of a company-issued mobile phone while driving.
Rowland Day, Chief Executive Officer of WebSafety, Inc., said, “In the more than 30 states that have laws restricting texting and emailing while driving, companies and public sector agencies, particularly those whose employees are required to drive as part of their job descriptions, are consequently facing higher liability for accidents caused by the improper use of mobile devices while driving. CellSafety effectively enforces texting-while-driving bans and can decrease an employer’s risk of being held vicariously responsible in civil court cases.”
Headquartered in Irving, Texas, WebSafety, Inc. is the leading provider of mobile and computer software solutions that help prevent incidences of distracted driving as well as unlawful Internet behavior such as cyber predators, explicit or degrading texting, and cyber-bullying. The mobile software application works on the major wireless operating systems. WebSafety, Inc. operates in two of the most rapidly expanding markets in the U.S. and globally: cell phones (specifically smart phones) and personal computers. The Company is also the creator of the “National Wireless Highway Safety Network,” which is driven to save lives.
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