As an app geek, I find interest in searching and downloading new applications designed for Android, iOS and Windows. These days, users do prefer reading reviews on apps before they decide to use them. Recently I have come across an app named ringID and found lots of interesting features and hereby going to share my positive experience with you.
While I was simply browsing the Play Store, I saw an orange vibrant logo “ringID”, a pleasant and catchy color that immediately caught my attention. I tapped on it for finding out further details regarding this app, surprisingly it was impressive enough and I downloaded it. Moreover, the developers tried to reach users of all operating system; as a result, this app is available for Android, iOS, and Windows phones, the 3 major platforms.
This is merely a social application that lets you connect with your friends and relatives. What amazes me is the entire sign-up procedure that is extremely convenient and fast. There are also flashy and brilliantly designed emojis helping you to clearly portray your thoughts when finding the right words becomes difficult.
My reaction after using ringID was like “Hmm, this is interesting.” I figured that ringID tried to integrate all the features which are essential for a complete social application like free calling, free messaging, scrolling the news feed (like that we do on Facebook), secret chat, message retrieval and figure out the rest by downloading it yourself. The home screen of this application will let you view all the recent activities of your friends and acquaintances that are listed on your contact list.
For attaining maximum popularity for any app, it is important that users get to enjoy a positive user experience whose feedback will further influence other users like you and me to download an app. ringID has successfully managed to provide a wonderful user experience in its interface which is bound to extract a positive feedback from its users.
In addition to that, if you are too afraid to share vital messages containing highly crucial information, ringID also allows its users to send out a self-destruct message that will automatically disappear from servers of both the sender and the receiver after a stated time frame adjusted by the sender.
I experienced a lot of voice call-drops often while using Viber’s “Free Call” feature, resulting in massive disappointment and frustration, especially during an important conversation. Initially, I thought that maybe it is due to disruption or lack of internet connectivity; however, my assumption was eventually proved wrong after using ringID’s “free call” feature.
I could talk to my friend living 10,000 kilometers away by living in Sri Lanka for an hour straight without experiencing any issues such as call drop and/or robotic sound. Ever since then, I have been always considering ringID over Viber if I need to make any phone call overseas. Besides “free calling” you can also send out “free message” using ringID.
ringID cares about the privacy of its users. It gives the user complete control of their privacy by setting permission settings that control which individual contacts can see their newsfeed, and whether their contacts can interact with them via messaging, calling, or not at all.. Apart from all others, the feature I do like most is “Message Retrieval”. Whether you have made a typo, written something inappropriate or just something you regret saying, it can be retrieved. This level of control is what has been missing in the messaging arena for a long long time.
It is truly marvelous to see how all these latest technologies and apps are continuously driving us, motivating us and turning our lives simpler and easier. As I have already used ringID, and as an honest critic for your assistance, I strongly believe that you are also going to enjoy using this app because of its incorporated features that can only be enjoyed by using various apps individually. However, this app still requires a few more developments and additions like video calling (It seems, soon they are going to add this feature). Adding these features will explain why ringID is the true jack of all trades in the social networking arena.