Ring - A Gnu Package. Ring is free software that allows you or users to communicate in different way. With ring you can do such as telephone, teleconferencing, media sharing tool, messenger and building block for your IoT project.
a simple tool to connect, communicate and share.
easily join calls to create conferences with multiple participants.
media sharing tool
Ring supports a variety of video input options, including mutliple cameras and image and video files, and the selection of audio inputs and outputs; all this is supported by multiple high quality audio and video codecs.
send text messeges during calls or out of calls (as long as your peer is connected).
building block for your IoT project
re-use the universal communications technology of Ring with its portable library on your system of choice.
more about ring :
Install ring in archlinux
Ring is available in archlinux repository
$sudo pacman -S ring
Register ring account in archlinuxRun ring applications until it appears "Welcome to Ring". Then choose "create ring account"
account will be generated
Communicate RingTry to communicate Ring to another ID, for this example i'm using ring in iphone se, windows 10 and galaxy note. To invite another just click on Ring ID QR Code, and send to another.
on android / ios devices install "ring a gnu package" first on their app store. Then run and register new name. Then search the name by id or scan by QR. In my iphone se, there's no qr code menu so i search by name id, in android there are qrcode, so i can scan the qr code and add invitation.
Sending messages and media files.
On windows 10 & iOS there are no features for sharing media, but in android is available.
In my Galaxy Note 4:
In my Iphone SE:
In archlinux when sending media to ios and windows 10:
Well i hope for windows 10 and ios will have media sharing in the future.. :)