Ring Video Doorbell
Universal

Description

The Ring Video Doorbell connects to your home's Wi-Fi network and streams live audio and video to your iPhone or iPad. It's the perfect blend of convenience, monitoring, and security all into one sleek, simple to use smart doorbell. Benefit from peace of mind by chatting with visitors from your iPhone or iPad, whether you're in the kitchen or halfway around the world through the free Ring app. No need to wonder what's going on outside of your home–see for yourself. With Ring, you're always home.

This app is also compatible with doorbot so if you are a doorbot owner, you can setup your device as well as use it through the Ring Doorbell app.

The Ring Video Doorbell connects to your home's Wi-Fi network and streams audio and video to devices connected to Wi-Fi and cellular networks.

Features include:
-Night vision infrared LEDs
-Quick and easy installation and setup
-HD Camera
-Dual power capabilities
-Advanced motion detecting sensors
-Cloud recording
-Ability to pair with an unlimited number of devices

What's new in version 2.5

You asked for a wireless Chime, and we put our engineers to work. This update adds support for Ring Chime, which is now available for preorder at: https://ring.com/chime

We have cleaned up a number of details throughout our app and have smashed a number of bugs so that it’s easier than ever for you to be Always Home.

Have you experienced the power of Cloud Video Recording? With Cloud Video Recording you can watch any motion or ding event that you might have missed (in addition to the ones you accepted) so that you can know who came to your door allowing you to be Always Home. If your trial has expired simply visit the “My Plan” section in the app sidebar.

Need help? Visit: http://ring.com/help

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Linked Opinion

Recommended by Rachel Olsen

Version 2.5 – February 3, 2016 at 10:41 AM

Love this! When someone rings our doorbell, even if we are not home, our phone rings and since it is a video, we can see who is there and speak to them.

Recommended by Charles Thompson

Version 2.5 – January 30, 2016 at 5:54 PM

Great update to old tech!

Not Recommended by Grant Olsen

Version 2.5 – February 29, 2016 at 4:36 PM

Cool idea, but between hardware and software bugs, too much of a pain.