The following link: ring.com/app will automatically begin downloading the correct version for your operating system.
Note: The Ring app is free, but you may need your username and password for your device's store page to download the app.
If you would rather go directly to the app page for your device, use one of the links below for your operating system:
The Ring app needs iOS 12 or later, Android 6.0 or later or Fire OS 7 or later.
Note: The Ring app is no longer supported on the Windows 10 mobile device platform. The app will continue to function on desktops, tablets, and laptops running the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
If you want to ensure that you have the latest version of the Ring app so that you can get the most out of your Ring devices, use one of the links below to find out how to get updates.
The Ring desktop app experience is moving to Ring.com
All your favorite desktop app features will be coming to your preferred web browser. By January 31, 2022, you’ll be able to access Live View and get motion alerts, ding notifications, and all the latest features on Ring.com – no app updates necessary. As part of this change, the desktop app will be discontinued in the first half of 2022. Learn more.
Note: The Ring Windows and Mac desktop apps are no longer receiving updates for new devices and features.
Unsupported devices and features include the following:
- Video Doorbell Wired
- Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2
- Ring Video Doorbell 4
- Video End-to-End Encryption
Please note that while certain features and products are no longer supported by the desktop apps, the apps will continue to receive critical security and bug updates.