Is Ring down? Outages explained

AMAZON home security application Ring experienced an outage.

The smart home security company went down on Tuesday, December 7.

Amazon users were left in a state of confusion upon learning about the crash of Ring

Is Ring not available?

On Tuesday, December 7, a number of Amazon-owned programs went down unexpectedly.

One of those applications included Ring, a popular program used for home security purposes.

Ring’s official Twitter page addressed the problem when it began trending on Twitter.

“We are aware of a service interruption impacting Ring. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience and understanding,” said the company’s official Twitter.

How can I check if Ring is down?

Many users depend on Ring to assist in keeping their homes safe and sound.

If a user experiences a crash while trying to access their Ring accounts, there are a couple of ways to check out the problem.

You can always go to Ring’s official status website, which gives up to date knowledge to their customers while solving the technical difficulties.

When the December 7 crash occured, Ring’s status website was instrumental in letting users know what is happening.

“We have identified an issue that may cause failures throughout the app such as settings changes not saving and live videos (dings, motions, live views) to fail to connect,” the company said on Tuesday, December 7.

Did Amazon’s other apps crash?

Frustrated users also discovered that a number of other Amazon applications were not working at the same time as the Ring outage.

On December 7 around 10:30 EST, many people met the struggle of trying to log in to their Amazon accounts.

At the time of publication, the cause for the technical difficulties regarding Amazon, Ring, and their associated platforms remains unknown.

Amazon’s Alexa, Amazon Music, and AmazonPrime all were unavailable for use at the same time as Ring.

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