Either way though, the idea of “random chatting” really started with Omegle, and they have continued to add features such as random video chat and a newer function called “spy (question) mode” that allows you to ask a question and watch two people talk to each other about the answer. At any rate, Omegle continues to keep the text-only stranger chat they started with separate from their video version, so if you aren’t a fan of video this is a great option.They also have an i Phone app for all you Apple heads, so be sure to download that and give it a try when you’re on the road!
I should also mention that an extra feature they have that most chat sites do not is their own forum, and it looks pretty active, so if that’s something you’re looking for in a chat site this might be the one for you.
Before the wonders of the Internet, lonely singles had to make plans, get dressed up, and actually go outside to meet people. My introverted heart feels tired just typing all that.
I’m actually kind of surprised by this because it would be so easy for them to just add one in, and thereby expand their current offerings for the better, but who knows, maybe they have plans to add it down the road.
In terms of where users are from, their website claims they are mainly from USA, Canada, Australia, and UK, and a quick look at Alexa research data seems to confirm that this is true.
Chatrandom has outgrown Funyo by leaps and bounds and has WAY more users online than Funyo.