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 Neighbors. Today, we are proud to announce that fire departments around the U.S. are joining Neighbors to connect with residents in new ways.
Now, more than ever, we expect technology to make our lives safer, easier, and more convenient, at an affordable price. At Ring, we believe your home’s smart security system should be no exception. That’s why we’re introducing the next generation of the Ring Alarm.
Whether you’re just starting to build your security system or have an entire Ring of Security around your home, controlling your devices should be simple and secure. That’s why we developed Modes — a new feature in the Ring app that lets you choose with just one tap how your Ring Alarm, Ring Doorbells and Ring Security Cams operate using three different modes: Disarmed, Home, and Away.
At Ring, we are committed to being transparent about our privacy and security practices. Ring receives and responds to legally binding law enforcement requests for user information on a regular basis, just like many other companies. Learn about our process for receiving and processing information requests from law enforcement.
As the important COVID-19 precautions continue to affect the neighborhood businesses and service providers our communities rely on, we’re asking our neighbors everywhere to pledge their support if they can. We know these are challenging times, but when communities come together, incredible things can happen.
Today, we are introducing Pre-Roll — it is an all-new feature that shows you the four seconds of video from before motion is detected, so you can get more context behind what triggered your Ring app notification. This feature has never been possible on a battery-powered Video Doorbell, and is available exclusively on our newest Video Doorbell, Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus.
We believe strong communities create safer neighborhoods. And building a stronger community happens when people come together and everyone chips in. With a little bit of time, teamwork, and these simple tips, you can create those connections and nurture relationships with your neighbors to help build a safer place to live.
In neighborhoods across the country, pups are taking doorbell matters into their own paws and pet parents are discovering a new way their Ring Video Doorbells help keep their furballs safe.
At Ring, our mission is to make neighborhoods safer and we strive to give our customers the peace of mind that comes from knowing their homes are more secure. Delivering you privacy, security and control are foundational to achieving our mission. That’s why we’re listening to what you, our customers, are saying and taking additional steps to help you feel confident that your home and personal information are safe when you use our products.
No Matter Where You Are, With Ring, You’re Always Close to People Who Mean the Most. Happy Valentine’s Day, Neighbors!
Love is being there for people who are dear to your heart and showing them that you care in gestures both big and small. With Ring, you can always stay connected with your loved ones at home, making sure they are safe and showing them your appreciation.
Ring is committed to helping neighbors build meaningful connections with one another. It’s an important way we can support local communities as part of our mission to make neighborhoods safer. That’s why we’re excited to introduce “Neighborly Moments,” a new posting category on the Neighbors app that invites users to share the acts of kindness happening in their community with their fellow neighbors.
When a Bobcat Appeared in an Arizona Neighborhood, a Mother and Daughter Got Separated. Ring Video Doorbell Helped Reunite Them.
Seven-year-old Taylor saw a bobcat when she was riding a bike in her Arizona neighborhood. She rushed to the neighbor’s house to seek help. Nobody was home, but, luckily, they had a Ring Video Doorbell.