The RingGo pay by phone Android app helps you pay for your parking quickly and easily in RingGo parking zones wherever they are offered across the UK.
To quickly find a place to park, either on street or in car parks, just search via the map. Our award-winning availability feature will show you how likely it is that you’ll be able to find a space to park in, whilst our navigation features will guide you to specific parking locations, and help you find your way back to your car!
With payment by credit card or debit card, RingGo makes it easy to use your phone and pay for your parking. Why waste time queuing in the rain or cold? Just park and use the Android app on the way to your destination. You could be halfway there while motorists paying at the machine are still fumbling around looking for that last elusive 10p!
Running late? No need to rush back with the RingGo app, simply extend your parking session with a couple of taps of the app… and get helpful reminders to let you know when you’re running out of time.
You can use the RingGo app to pay to park right across London eg Westminster, Brent, Bromley, City, Camden, Croydon, Ealing, Fulham, Islington, Hackney, Hammersmith, Hounslow, Kingston, Lewisham, Merton, Richmond and Wandsworth, as well as Bristol, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Sheffield and a host of other towns, cities and train station car parks across the UK.
If you want to use RingGo for business parking, check out our RingGo Corporate service or we can send you VAT receipts by email.
For more information on this and a full list of the 400 towns and cities where RingGo is available please see our website at www.myRingGo.co.uk
Park your worries with RingGo parking – just park, pay and get on with your day.
We’ve been tinkering with the look and feel of our Android app over the last few weeks and have made some changes to our UI and stylings. Which is a techy way of saying we’re making our app look cooler, as well as easier to use and navigate around. You might notice that the latest update asks to access your phone camera – we’re not spying, just trialling out some QR code features in select situations which we believe will make parking loads easier for some customers. It also asks for permission to view your Google service configuration to so that we can monitor the performance of app, identify when it crashes (and what causes it to crash) and highlight ways that we can improve the app for users.