I did not have that option in my settings BUT those intervals are in the ipad app (both the 1 minute and 30 second intervals in additional to the other ones). What is interesting is when I set it on my ipad it does reflect it in the snapshot options as selected on my Android app but only the one selected from the ipad. For example if I select 30 second interval on the ipad that one will show selected among the other normal long interval selections and 1 minute will not be there and vice-versa (even though they are all listen in the ipad app options) on the Android app. So for the shorter interval selections I can only set it via my ipad, not on Galaxy s10 phone. So weird that they cannot get these things to have the same options throughout platforms.
Yes, I’ve been thinking about that same issue, on why some things are similiar/different on the different operating systems (apple iOS, or android, or a PC). Lots of varitaions.
My thought is that probably there are a bunch of software code-writers working on iOS, and a different bunch are working on the Windows PC app, and a bunch on the Ring Dashboard Website, and others on smart-phone Android apps, etc.
And apparently, either some things can be done on one operating system but not on another, or it can be done but is more difficult in one system, or all the different code-writers are are not being coordinated enough to standardize between all the different platforms.
But I agree, it would be nice if all the apps were the same.