Worked fine at first on Android, for a month. Now, can't access feed, can't add a neighborhood. Those settings/features are simply nowhere to be found: Opening the app just takes me to settings, and that's it. Still get push notifications for areas outside the neighborhoods I originally set. Very frustrating UX. Uninstalled.
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Love the concept and I am guessing most good reviews are speaking of the idea versus the application. Unfortunately, like most things RING it's done a bit half-assed. The notifications are random and, maybe most frustratingly, you can't expand or zoom in on videos your neighbors posts. It's a very clumsy and limiting app, albeit a simple interface, but could be so much more. Kudos to RING for allowing non-RING content to be shared on the app.
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Great idea except everything about actually watching a video is awful. Won't stay in full screen, glitchy as soon as play is pressed, can't pause to look at faces or it will buffer/exit/freeze the app/get stuck on the time for far too long, no slow motion, can't change address to second home, loading videos seems to highly tax the app, and more. More, problems than that. Very frustrating and disappointing. No noticeable improvement on updates. Great idea, awful app.
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