Sites Like Omegle

The one thing I think we can all agree on about Omegle is that it is straight up awesome! But, that doesn’t change the fact that we still want to know if there are any other similar sites out there to help satisfy that incessant urge for constant change many of us impatient internet users tend to have. This being the case, we thought it prudent to create a nice high quality list of all the best sites like Omegle available among the interwebs, and that is exactly what we have done. Random chatting is awesome, whether via text only or via video, and this list should help you make the most of such awesomeness more so than you were before, or at least that’s what we’re going for. Anyway, check it yo:

1. iMeetzuOur Review

This is our top pick, because the site is quite cool. First iMeetzu has a text only chat option, which makes it the only other site we know of besides Omegle to have a popular text option. Second, it has the expected video roulette chat option. Third, it has an extra group chat room functionality, which includes webcam chatting capabilities. And last but not least, it has a social network dedicated to meeting strangers all over the world! Check it out!

2. Chatroulette – Our Review

This is actually the site that made random video chat the popular activity it is today. It garnered headlines all around the world, and remains hugely popular.

3. Chatrandom – Our Review

This popular site is more than just a roulette cam chat site, it also has group chat rooms and a feature called multi chat – give them a visit!

4. Camzap – Our Review

The main function of this site has always been a simple random video chat room in the past. However, they have added new unique features as of late.

5. Bazoocam – Our Review

This site doesn’t really have any unique functionality, but it does have a working roulette webcam capability, and its users are primarily from France.

6. Streamberry – Our Review

7. Stickam – Our Review

8. Funyo – Our Review

9. Chatville – Our Review

10. Webcam Bam – Our Review


 So this is actually the site that started it all. Way back on March 25th, 2008, an 18-year-old high school student by the name of Leif K-Brooks founded Omegle, the first (as far as I am aware) true random roulette chat site. No, Chatroulette was NOT first, Omegle was. Many people either don’t know this or simply don’t give Omegle the credit it deserves, so we’ll give it plenty of credit right now! However, the site did not start with a video option, it was strictly text-only, so Chatroulette actually does deserve a lot of credit as well for making the progression to webcams. Similar to Chatroulette, Omegle did actually receive quite a bit of press coverage, and it subsequently went viral, propelling it to huge popularity. However, it didn’t receive attention on the same level as Chatroulette because the addition of video really made a major difference, and, when Omegle added a video option of its own it became more popular than it ever was at any point before – so the emergence of the video roulette functionality really benefited it despite the fact that it had new competition. As of right now, Omegle has not only caught up to Chatroulette, but surpassed it in terms of visitors! Crazy!

So, you might wonder, how is it that Omegle is now beating out the first random live video chat site who garnered all the biggest headlines? Quite frankly, it has more to offer. On top of the normal webcam roulette option, Omegle adds in a text-only option. Then, they take things another step further by allowing users to specify their interests and be connected to someone else with similar interests. This is huge! Rather than having to sift through countless users to find the person who is willing to chat with you about World of Warcraft you can now just type in World of Warcraft and find a match right away. You can brag about your character and possibly get a sweet reaction to boost your ego, hurray! But hold on, the features aren’t done yet. Omegle has yet another sweet option called “spy mode” where you can pose a question and then “spy” on two people as they argue about it! The more ridiculous a question you pose, the more awesome and entertaining the ensuing debate. It’s mad cool. Give them a visit at