Omegle (oh·meg·ull) is a great way to meet new friends, even while practicing social distancing. When you use Omegle, you are paired randomly with another person to talk one-on-one. If you prefer, you can add your interests and you’ll be randomly paired with someone who selected some of the same interests.
Omegle, a video-chatting website that pairs random users identified as ‘You’ and ‘Stranger’ to chat online via ‘Text’, ‘Video’ or both. A user can also choose to add their interests, and Omegle will try to pair a user with someone who has similar interests. If not, you could meet anyone.
Omegle is an anonymous video chat platform, and you can get unbanned from Omegle, even if you’ve broken the rules. So, it’s certainly not the safest place in the world to spend your time online. So, it’s certainly not the safest place in the world to spend your time online.
Omegle says it is not responsible for the actions and behavior of its users. The service was created in 2009 by 18-year old Leif K-Brooks. Initially, the site offered only text chat but added a video-chat feature in March 2009. Omegle does not offer an app to allow chatting from mobile devices.
Omegle is a video chat service that was launched way back in 2009, and it has dominated the "talk to strangers" market ever since. It’s known for its many users, very user-friendly GUI interface ...
Chathub is one of the newest random video chat sites like Omegle. It has around 1,500,000 monthly visits, with most of the people coming from the United States, the UK, Germany, Turkey, and India.