Omegle is one of the online chat websites that let you talk to strangers. You can have one-on-one interaction, some casual conversation that can perhaps lead to something more special and meaningful. The process of pairing you with the other person is random but based on shared interests. And so, if you are lucky, you can meet someone cool and have an interesting time. However, if you want to try something new and different, you can try any of the Omegle alternatives given below:
MeetMe has a SimilarWeb category ranking of 15. It has got a neat UI but could seem rather basic too. You have to sign up using Facebook and Zip Code. The good thing is that it is available on iOS and Android too.
Bazoocam has a SimilerWeb category ranking of 88. You can keep on pressing next button until you meet a person you like. These people would be shortlisted based on your geolocation. Also, what makes this unique is the presence of small multiplayer games like Tic Tac Toe and Tetris. It claims to be well moderated to ensure a comely experience.
Chathub has a SimilarWeb category score of 234. You are matched with the other person based on the common language you both speak. You get to choose to be put in random conversations or in rooms with specific topics. You can also pick the gender you want to interact with. As for your identity, you can mask it with concealing video and audio filters.
The title says it all. You can chat with people of specific gender, country, but no location proximity. It is designed somewhat like Tinder in the swipe-based UI atleast. You get both Android and iOS app option. The SimilarWeb score is 252.
Interesting name and the common chat feature aside, Shagle lets you send and receive gifts with the person you are conversing with. You get to do that and send other media items only after logging into the website. There is no app yet. The SimilarWeb score is 302.
You can chat/video call one on one and in groups. You don’t have to login for the basic functionality but some features are locked behind a paywall. Emeraldchat has a SimilarWeb score of 306.
It has a similar set of features as the ones before. You can chat using text, voice, and video. Sign up is required. You’d be prompted to buy into its premium membership. Regardless, you can talk with similar-kind-of people. There’s mobile app of it on both iOS and Android stores. The SimilarWeb score is 387.
This one too doesn’t require login to talk with people. But, if you sign in you can choose the gender you prefer. Both Android and iOS app options are present. The SimilarWeb score is 535.
Not only you can have casual chit-chats, if the other person is interested, you can also showcase some of your talents. We know that it is possible on other platforms too, but YouNow specifically encourage this community-building exercise. You can use it on Mobile. You have to be registered on it which can be done using either Facebook or Twitter account. But, a nifty little feature is how it sends your connections that you are going live.
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|Release Date:||10 Sep 2019|
|Variant:||64GB , 128GB , 256GB|