Source: Android Central
What you need to know
- Ring's holiday plates are available now for the Video Doorbell 3 and Pro 3.
- Ring users can now update their chimes with holiday themes.
- Festive faceplates are also available for the Video Doorbell 2.
Last month, Ring released a new set of themed faceplates to celebrate Halloween, which included a spooky plate and an autumn-themed plate. Among the new faceplates were also a few winter-themes in preparation for the holidays, as well as some Halloween chimes that played when users rang the doorbell, such as a screeching cat, spooky organs, and a witch's cackle.
That's not all Ring has up its sleeve, as the company has updated its chimes to add some holiday cheer to your doorbell! Starting November 27th, users can add a number of different holiday-style chimes to entertain their guests at the door.
Available now, users can choose from these different, festive sounds: Deck the Halls, Elves, God Yest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, Ho! Ho! Ho!, Jingle Bells, Silent Night, Sleigh Bells, I Have a Little Dreidel, Ma'oz Tzur, and Oh Hannukah.
Users can e asily set-up the new chimes now using the Ring app, just follow the instructionsspeakers, which are among our top recommended accessories for Ring Doorbells, as well as in-app alert tones. The holiday faceplates are available now for the Video Doorbell 3 and Video Doorbell 3 Plus for just $15 each. Users with the Video Doorbell 2 can also enjoy some holiday plates, although with some different designs. The faceplates can be found at Ring.com as well as Amazon.
Ring Video Doorbell 3 brings a few key improvements to the table over the previous version, like better motion detection and privacy features, as well as the ability to handle faster, modern 5GHz Wi-Fi networks.
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