TeenSafe, maker of the leading iPhone, Android and tablet monitoring software for parents, is thrilled to announce the official launch of its comprehensive mobile and social monitoring service in Australia. Following its undeniable success in the U.S. with its groundbreaking mobile monitoring technology and over a million signups, TeenSafe continues its mission in keeping parents aware of their children's online activity in a time where cyberbullying, sexting and other dangers are unquestionable issues in the lives of today's youth.
'Since our U.S. launch in 2011, TeenSafe has received an overwhelming amount of positive response, signups and personal testimony from parents," said Rawdon Messenger, CEO of TeenSafe. 'Our mobile monitoring technology has opened the eyes of thousands of parents, allowing them the visibility to detect problems early and act accordingly or simply be assured that their children are okay. We are excited to offer TeenSafe in Australia, reaching parents who want to ensure their children are protected in this mobile digital age."
With the social, cyberbullying, sexual harassment and peer-pressure issues that are gaining more momentum in recent years, TeenSafe provides parents with the ability to see their child's smartphone activity. Now Australian parents can be empowered with the confidence that their children are safe from harm online and in the real world. An account takes less than five minutes to set up and is very simple to use. TeenSafe allows parents to view their child's incoming, outgoing and deleted text messages, web browsing history, contacts, call logs, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Kik Messenger activity through a secure, online account.
TeenSafe has been written about in USA Today, Bloomberg, BBC and the New York Post, and appeared on Fox Business, Telemundo and ABC, to name a few. Following their launch in Australia, executives from TeenSafe will be on a media tour during the month of April in Sydney to further inform parents of their mobile monitoring technology and discuss the vulnerabilities this digital age inevitably brings.