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How Does The Ring Doorbell Work?

All that’s required is the Ring Doorbell and the Ring app on your mobile device to make your home smarter and safer.

What Is a Ring Doorbell?

Technology in the home industry is advancing quickly, with devices and programs allowing you to close the garage or turn off lights in your home when you’re not even there, all with a simple click of a button.

As if your home couldn’t get any smarter, a Ring Doorbell allows you to see who’s outside your door through your phone. This smart device includes a video camera, among other features to help you feel safer and stay in control.

Ring Doorbell Features

With the Ring Doorbell and app, you’re well-equipped to see and interact with anyone at your door. Here’s a rundown of those features:

  • HD camera: Through the app, the camera feature on your Ring Doorbell lets you see who is visiting your home. It also has night vision, meaning you won’t miss any late-night visitors.

  • Two-way audio: Through the app, the audio feature allows you to interact and speak with any visitors outside your door, whether you’re home or not.

  • Motion detection: Your Ring Doorbell comes with built-in motion sensors designed to detect any person or movement on your property.

  • Mobile access: The Ring app allows you to see and communicate with anyone at your door through your smartphone.

These features come with any standard Ring Doorbell. You can add other features, like a ring chime or stick up camera, to expand your device’s capabilities. When purchasing a Ring Doorbell, you’re also able to select the size, color, and design that suits you.

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