telling users that it'll boost audio and video quality on future calls by making peer-to-peer connections "when possible.
" In other words, it'll bypass
Google's servers if both ends of the conversation can establish a direct
link. The exact criteria for this isn't listed, but it's safe to say
that this will at least work between two people using the latest Android
software. You likely won't notice much of a difference unless many of
your friends upgrade, but don't be surprised if your face-to-face and
VoIP chats get that much clearer.