An Amazon Echo Show 5 displaying a delivery person bringing a package to a homeowner's front door.

Ring Supported Alexa-Enabled Devices

Connecting Ring Devices with Alexa is a simple process. To accomplish this, you’ll need to add Ring as a Skill in your Alexa app. Once this is done, you’ll be able to use a variety of Alexa-enabled devices with your Ring devices.

Certain Ring device features require compatible Alexa-enabled devices with screens.

Ring devices compatible with Alexa-enabled devices

Video Doorbells

All models of Ring Video Doorbells.

Security Cameras

All models of Ring Security Cameras.

Ring Alarm

Ring Alarm and Works with Ring smart locks when connected to a Ring Alarm system.

Smart Lighting

Ring Spotlights, Pathlights, Steplights, Floodlights, Motion Sensors and Mailbox Sensors.

Alexa-enabled devices that support Announcements and Two-Way Talk on Ring devices

  • Echo Spot (all generations)
  • Echo Speakers (all generations such as Echo Pop, Echo Dot, Echo Dot with clock, Echo Plus, Echo Studio and Echo Flex)
  • Nebula Soundbar – Fire TV Edition

Alexa-enabled devices that support Announcements, Two-Way Talk, and Live View

  • Amazon Astro
  • Echo Hub
  • Echo Show (all generations)
  • Fire Tablets (Gen 7 and above)
  • Fire TV Cube (1st & 2nd Gen)
  • Fire TV Stick 4K
  • Fire TV Stick (2nd Gen)
  • Fire TV (3rd Gen)
  • Fire TV (2nd Gen)

Other Alexa-enabled devices

Facebook (Meta) Portal 

Facebook (Meta) Portal has Alexa built-in, which means you need to download the Amazon Alexa app and add the Ring Skill. Make sure your Ring device shows up in the Alexa app.

Last updated 3 months ago