I have that with ADT and it sux. If you drop something on the floor or a pet runs too fast, it triggers. If the alarm is on in the middle of the night and the cat drops something on the floor it blows the alarm.
Apple Watch App is sorely needed. ADT, Vivint, SimpliSafe, Honeywell and others all have well reviewed, useful Apple Watch Apps for arming/disarming, viewing camera videos, alerts and more. I know many users of Ring who also have Apple Watches and since I'm their tech guy, I always seem to be getting the question. Looking through the feature request thread also found many asking for this app. Hope the dev team sees this!
I do that with Simple Commands by kloee. Set it to arm at 12:15 if I forget to do it at bedtime. You just write a routine in Simple Commands then include it in an Alexa routine. Or, alternatively, the SC routine can run autonomously on a timer. Also, SC can detect the alarming state of Ring and perform other tasks such as turning on lights, auxiliary sirens, etc.
Easy to use and free! SC greatly increases the utility and convenience of Alexa and Ring and lets you use (some) 3rd party products that may not otherwise be compatible (I use Tula plugs and lamps).
Enable alerts for pets: I installed Ring 2 in order to monitor for my older dogs especially during cold months as one in particular no longer barks to come in, then discovered that pets are (understandably) excluded from monitoring. Would request that pet monitoring be added as an optional feature. As a sidenote my dogs are bassets (so short) and weigh 45-50 pounds.