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Google Hangouts peer to peer connection update is a refreshing change

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Google Hangouts, Google’s own messaging software has seen a lot of growth in the year that it has existed.

From a simple messenger it has grown up to a level that makes it a great software for voice and video calling, for sending across files and for acting as the default SMS app for phones as well. But Google has not stopped at simply these improvements.

The company has a meeting at providing us with more and more features to make this application’s one of the most trusted ones in the list of apps that we use today.

Of late the world has been surprised with Google Hangouts supporting peer-to-peer connections.

This feature has brought about major improvements in the speed of the apps response and the call quality.

Something quite strange happens to the previous month comma when Google ruled out and updates to the Hangouts application, informing users that the official SMS app for the Android Operating System, had to be used instead of Hangouts.

This notification referred to Google messenger. Some experts were of the view that this update that was ruled out in January for Hangouts was poem thing towards the evident fact that Google could not use the Hangout strategy for much longer.

It could be possible that the Google messenger platforms is the next point of focus for Google.

But seems like this is something that was misinterpreted by the experts. Google has apparently got no intention of not using Google Hangouts on the Android system.

This is because the latest update that adds peer-to-peer support to Hangouts is quite commendable.

Those who are aware of this process would feel that this is something that was reserved for Torrent sites.

Seems like Google Hangouts is going to change this policy. By using this process of dividing workloads amongst peers, The Lord on Google service will be reduced and uses would be able to enjoy voice and video calls of very high quality that was not experienced before.

The app will look for a p2p connection and will route all the calls over it. Both the Google Hangouts and Google messenger have been able to note a high addition to the user  head count, ranging from 1 to 5 million already.

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  1. Simple messenger it has grown up to a level that makes it a great software for voice and video calling, for sending across files and for acting as the default SMS app for phones as well. But Google has not stopped at simply these improvements.

  2. The problem is that I don’t trust Google anymore. They’d have to employ serious encryption (I’m talking about the kind security that messengers like Threema and Wickr offer) in order for me to use it. But I understand that many people use because it’s pre-installed.

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