WebSafety, Inc. Receives Patent to Inhibit a Cell Phone's Ability to Text, Email and Web Browse in a Moving Vehicle

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., April 18, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WebSafety, Inc. (OTCQB:WBSI) announced that the U.S. Patent Office has issued to WebSafety, Inc. a patent for inhibiting a cell phone's ability to text, email or web browse in a moving vehicle.

Rowland W. Day II, CEO of WebSafety, Inc. stated, "We are pleased that this Patent has now been issued. This validates the technology and will allow us to expand our technology and marketing to protect vehicle operators and their guests from the dangers of texting, emailing and web browsing in a moving vehicle. Unfortunately statistics show the extreme dangers of texting while driving and notwithstanding the knowledge of this danger by vehicle operators it continues to grow in usage all over the world and has not abated."

About WebSafety, Inc.

WebSafety, Inc. is the leading provider of mobile phone software solutions that notify parents and employers of cyberbullying, explicit or degrading texting, and suspicious or unlawful online behavior and prevents distracted driving by disabling the cell phone's ability to text, email or web browse in a moving vehicle. The mobile software application supports devices using Android and BlackBerry wireless operating systems and operates on all four of the major wireless carriers in the United States and the three major wireless carriers in Canada. For more information, please visit http://www.websafety.com.

CONTACT: Press Contact: Rowland W. Day II (949) 642-7816Source:WebSafety, Inc.