Dyad is an Android library that uses Google Cloud Messaging and Interactive Connectivity Establishment to create direct communication sockets between two devices. Dyad enables Android apps to make phone and video calls, send text messages, move files, or otherwise share data peer-to-peer.
Currently the Dyad Project is in pre-alpha stage. Do not expect fully operational software.
The Dyad Project is completely open source and app developers can use it freely to build apps.
Want to build a Dyad app? Start by reading the documentation of the Dyad Project.
Want to try out an app that uses Dyad? Try Connect Forever, the official Dyad app that shows users where their loved one is.