To meet that goal, they are connecting people from all over the world and adding new countries and languages all the time.
You can choose to interact randomly with one other person, with a group, or with girls only.
This is another webcam site that pairs a user up with another random user.
It came into existence as an alternative to Chatroulette because that site was changing the rules too often.
Hey-People claims to be an “experimental and non-commercial project.” There are no ads and the site is set up for random chats with strangers.
It has an easy user interface: to get started, you just complete a quick and easy registration where you choose a username and password.
But as is true with most big sites, Omegle has become overpopulated.
The company boasts that users produce a combined 5 million minutes of airtime per day.Many are styled like forums or bulletin boards where people post comments and then come back later to see if anyone has responded.There are many sites, however, that facilitate real-time exchanges that are as close to face-to-face conversations as you can get online.It's supposed to be like playing Russian roulette, only instead of dueling with a gun, you parry verbally via typed messages and/or webcam, and if you say or do something your partner doesn't like, they leave the chat ("kill" the conversation).
It was created in 2009 by a 17-year-old kid who ran the site out of his bedroom in his parents' home.
Once you are ready, you have the option of connecting with a stranger based on mutual interests: Nothing Special, Dating, Small Talk, Freak Show, or Adult Stuff.