Halloween is the busiest day of the year for Ring devices in the U.S., as costumed kids come out in full force around the country and adults use the holiday as a way to play pranks and get frisky.
Opal, 88, was bringing in her trash can from the end of the driveway when she fell; Billy Shelby, a sanitation worker on her street, saw it happen and stopped his rounds to stay by her side. Since that day, Billy has brought her trash can down the driveway for her every single week.
Letter From Jamie Siminoff to All Ring Neighbors About How We Work Together to Make Neighborhoods Safer
Learn how we designed the Neighbors app and the Neighbors Portal making users privacy, security and control our priority.
From Halloween Chime tones that are sure to get your whole house in the spirit, to smart ways to help keep unwanted visitors away, Ring helps you decorate your front door with these five easy tips.
Security isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution, and we know it’s important for people to have a system that meets their needs. That’s why we’re excited to announce that a brand new product is joining our line-up: Ring Indoor Cam.
This year, some parents were delighted to realize they could use their Ring Video Doorbells to wish their children well and get a screenshot picture, even if they couldn’t be there in person.
When Gladys Castaneda abruptly awoke one July morning, she heard a loud banging on the front door of her house and immediately thought someone was breaking in. She grabbed her phone and opened the Ring app to see what was happening through her Ring Video Doorbell.
The Washington Post and other media outlets have recently published stories that include a number of factual inaccuracies and misleading statements about how law enforcement agencies use the Neighbors app. We want to correct the record.
At Ring, we believe that when communities work together, safer neighborhoods become a reality—that’s why we created the Neighbors app—we wanted to easily facilitate conversations around crime and safety among all members of the community, and we invited local law enforcement agencies to contribute to those discussions.
When Pedro Lugo’s daughter Grace told him she was going out on a date, his first reaction was, “No you’re not.” “I had to be at work, so I wasn’t going to be there to talk to him,” he said, adding that it was going to be his 19-year-old daughter’s first date.
Then, he remembered the Ring Video Doorbell on his front porch and had an idea.
Ring Launches Ring for Business Because Security is One Thing Entrepreneurs Shouldn’t Have to Worry About
Small businesses are the backbone of the economy, and yet it can be a constant challenge to stay afloat. That’s why Ring is launching Ring for Business — because security should be one thing business owners never have to worry about.
Building Better Communities Together: How and Why Ring Connects Communities and Law Enforcement Through the Neighbors App
At Ring, our mission is to make neighborhoods safer, and we’ve learned that achieving this goal works best when communities work together. It’s why we created the Neighbors app, which provides any member in a neighborhood with a place to share important local crime and safety information, and have discussions about what’s going on around them.