Watch over your home from your iPhone, iPad or Mac with Ring’s Wi-Fi connected Video Doorbells and Security Cameras.

Ring connects to your Wi-Fi network and sends you instant alerts when people press your Doorbell or trigger the built-in motion sensors. When you answer the alert, you can see, hear and speak to anyone on your property from your iPhone, iPad or Mac.

All Ring Video Doorbells and Security Cameras stream live HD video and two-way audio straight to your iPhone, iPad or Mac. Ring devices also feature advanced motion detection, so you can focus on the most important areas of your home. And with a free 30-day trial of Ring Video Recording, you can save, review and share all your Ring videos at anytime with anyone.

Whether you’re on vacation halfway around the world, or just too busy with the kids upstairs, Ring lets you watch over your home from anywhere. Because with Ring, you’re always home.

Ring Features

- High-definition video

- Wide-angle camera lens

- Two-way talk

- Advanced motion detection

- Infrared night vision

- Video recording

- Lifetime purchase protection

What’s New

Version 2.8.3

Enjoy a fresh new Ring app update, including bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

1.8 out of 5
356 Ratings

356 Ratings

GMoney426! ,

Needs some serious improvements

Honestly, the only reason I downloaded this app to by desktop was to make sure that I have the live footage and recordings saved to my desktop. The problem with this is I can’t view any of the footage that pops up. It will save the notifaction showing if there’s motion or someone ringing the doorbell but seeing the live view? Definitely not working. I downloaded the app onto my Iphone and other devices and those work perfectly, even better than perfectly. Just wish this app would work on a Mac Desktop like it says it would. I even have the protection plan just so I knew that it would provide the footage and keep it accessable on the computer. Com on ring, you make high tech products and software for smaller devices just can’t get it right for a desktop? Only reason I’m giving this a 2 star is because the doorbell and other apps work. If those didn’t, this would get a 1 star.

EffinJay ,

Update to 2.8.1 Requires Restart and Still Needs Work

Had some trouble with the app after installing the update, and it finally launched after restarting the computer. Now it won’t quit properly - just hangs and requires a force quit.

In addition, it still needs added functionality. The video library is nice, and ability to download them is also handy for archiving events, but it needs so much more. The computer app should have the exact same administrative functions you are provided in the mobile app (and maybe even the website). My biggest pet peeve... although the world is so connected with their mobile devices these days, it would be nice to set my motion zones on a computer screen with a mouse instead of having to try and do this on a little phone screen where it doesn’t even display the whole camera view or even let you push your zones outside the (screen) visible area where you know the camera is seeing.

Overall, it would be nice to have a single point where I can change every single thing instead of having to bounce between app, website, or mobile app to change something. Computers have the most processing power, storage, and network bandwidth (if wired) of all our devices. There are plenty of resources to do it all. Let’s use it.

patrick.nolan ,

Years of video latency. Unusable LIVE

I've owned this Ring for 2-3 years. It's caught people trying to break in and that's great however the lack of 24/7 recording, the reliance on a trigger, means that many events are not captured in time. As a doorbell answering system, sound quality is poor. Basically, the images and the responsiveness are fictional. I've done network checks, added extenders to wifi and no improvement. Unless someone is sitting at your door for several minutes, there's a good chance you're going to be disappointed day or night. Secondly, the Neighbors application doesn't allow you to see exact criminal activity locations which hurts efforts to identify which homes are at risk. Neighbors can't exchange photos with each other directly after the initial video and again, the apps are full of moments that don't have enough video before the trigger. Nest is 24/7 and it makes a difference.

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Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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