Technology is constantly changing and improving our lives, and speaking of technological advancements even our doorbells have changed. Some doorbells come with WiFi cameras, and some doorbells, such as Ring Video Doorbell, even have their own Windows 10 app.
If you are not familiar, Ring Video Doorbell is a special kind of doorbell that comes with HD camera allowing you to see who’s at your front door at any time, even if you are not home. In addition, this doorbell also works as a monitoring system and it can even record video if any movement is detected and send notification directly to your smartphone.
There’s also a two way audio available so you can even speak with the person who is at your door. Best thing about Ring Video Doorbell is that it works over WiFi, so as long as you have internet access you can get notifications and check who’s at your door. You can even connect Ring Video Doorbell with your regular doorbell if you want.
As you can see, this doorbell sounds great, but if you are a Windows 10 user you’ll be pleased that its developers have released an official Windows 10 app. With Ring Video Doorbell Windows 10 app you can monitor several doorbell cameras over WiFi and you can change all the settings ranging from motion detection to notifications. Basically, you get the ability to change all the settings of your Ring Video Doorbell and answer the door right from the app itself.
This is the first version of Ring Video Doorbell Windows 10 app and it’s safe to say that it does its job perfectly. Although Windows 10 app is available for download, we have to notice that Windows 10 Mobile app isn’t available yet, but we expect it to see it in near future.
You can download the Ring Video Doorbell for Windows 10 for free from the store.
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