Ring app, the first ring app from Android app developers Tinkering, is now on the iOS App Store and Google Play, along with the Android app.
The app is being built by a small team at Tinkishing.
“We have been working on the ring app since December and we’re very happy with the outcome,” said Tinkischer’s founder and CEO Christian Baudot.
“Our goal was to create a simple ring app, but now it’s being used by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.”
It’s the first time that Tinkesting has been on the Android App Store, though the company has been working with other Android developers to bring the app to other platforms.
“Ring apps are one of the most important elements in the smartphone experience.
It’s something we’ve been working towards for some time and it’s going to be one of our most important apps to be on Android for years to come,” said Baudott.
The developers behind the ring apps also announced a major update to their iOS app, which will also include a new version of their ring app for iPhone and iPad.
“With Ring App, we want to provide our users with the most comprehensive and useful ring app available on Android,” said Christian Boudot.
The iOS app is available for free on the App Store as well as for $1.99 per month in the Google Play store.
The ring app has a wide variety of features, including ring detection, ring authentication, and a new feature that allows users to share their rings.
Tinkending also announced that they’re launching a mobile version of the app in the coming weeks.
“The ring app is an important part of the Android experience.
We think it’s a good addition to the Google platform,” said Christopher Lattmann, VP of product at Tinklecasting.
The company has also added a dedicated ring developer chat app to the app, so that people who are unable to access their own iOS app can still have a voice conversation with one another.
Tinklecast and Ringing Apps are still in beta, but there are a few things that Tinkle casting users can expect.
First, they’ll be able to send messages directly from the ring screen, not via a third-party app like Google Hangouts.
Second, there will be no need to switch over to a third party app to receive the messages.
Finally, Tinkle Casting has launched a community hub, and will soon offer a live chat feature for those who wish to connect with their fellow ringers.
You can find out more about Ringing apps and the latest news at Tinkingcasting.com and RingApp.com.