WQNI - RatedSafe Keeping Kids Safe Behind the Wheel on NBC Morning Show Live
BOCA RATON, Fla., April 4, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WQNI (OTCPK:WQNI), a
marketing and distributor of patented software that enables parents to monitor
their children's online AND mobile phone activities, addressed the needs for
an anti-texting while driving mobile application. The company spokesperson
Teresa Ambroz discussed the RatedSafe application feature that disables the
texting, emailing and keyboard functions of a mobile phone while in a vehicle
moving faster than 10 miles per hour.
RatedSafe uses GPS to track speed and coordinates; the application
automatically turns off certain functionalities of the driver's mobile phone
when the phone is in a moving vehicle. Thus, the user will no longer be able
to text while driving.When the car is stopped for more than 10 seconds,
however, the phone will automatically allow texting to resume.
WQNI's RatedSafe^TM smart phone application is an advanced parental-control
mobile phone application provisioned and activated with a child's mobile phone
account, enabling parents to instantly locate children, protect them from
bullying and "sexting," block offensive or predatory communications, and alert
parents to potentially dangerous conditions involving children performing
mobile phone texting while driving.
The RatedSafe anti-texting while driving application feature is now available
as a free-to-download app on the company's website.
WQN, Inc. (OTCPK:WQNI) markets and distributes mobile applications that enable
parents to monitor their children's mobile phone activities. WQNI partners
with leading mobile communications companies to offer unique online security
solutions designed to help parents keep their kids safe, including
RatedSafe^TM, Cell Safety^TM, and SAFE^TM (Security Assisted Family
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