Omegle is a great way of meeting new friends. When you use Omegle, we pick another user at random and let you have a one-on-one chat with each other.
Omegle is a free online chat website that allows users to communicate with strangers without registering. The service randomly pairs users in one-on-one chat sessions where they chat anonymously using the handles “You” and “Stranger”.
The name “Omegle” is an combination of the words omega and mingle. The blue part of the logo contains an omega (Ω) turned diagonally.
Omegle includes a “Spy Mode”, which connects three strangers. One stranger asks a question for the other two to answer or discuss with one another. The stranger who asks the question, however, cannot participate in the discussion; they play the part of a third-party observer. Spy Mode is still in beta.
Omegle formerly allowed its visitors to use Facebook Connect in order to meet strangers with common interests. The feature accomplished this by observing which pages the users had “liked” on Facebook, although if the search for similar interests times out, the user would instead be paired randomly.
The site uses anti-spam software, known as reCAPTCHA, which periodically challenges users in order to prevent spam messages being sent by automated bots.
Omegle is a chatroulette. Chatroulette is an online chat website that pairs strangers from around the world together for webcam-based conversations. Visitors to the website begin an online chat (text, audio, and video) with another visitor who is chosen at random. At any point, either user may leave the current chat by initiating another random connection.
Start your conversation the right way. Saying “ASL” or “I’m horny” isn’t a good start. You could say “Hi, I’m (Name Here), I’m (Age here), and I live in (Location here). What about you?” or simply “Hello, what’s up?”
If you want to avoid trolls, make it clear. After introducing yourself, say something like, “I don’t want to be rude, but if you are horny, can’t speak English, or don’t want to actually have a conversation, please disconnect.”
Learn how to identify trolls. There are key ways to point out people who are trolls. They may say something very random and offense at the start of the conversation, or simply say “I’m horny”. They usually type first, and type often, as well.
Don’t be afraid to disconnect. If the person you are talking to seems to be weird, simply disconnect. Also, if the person starts a conversation by saying “asl” they are most likely looking for someone to have cyber sex with.
You can give out some personal information, but stop when it gets too much. A person asking for your first name, age, gender, location, and hobbies isn’t a big deal on Omegle. But when they ask you for more specifics, like city, job, or even a picture, you should disconnect.
Don’t ruin your conversation! After talking for a bit, make sure you both know the basic facts about each other, like name, age, location, gender, and exchange email addresses, if you wish to speak in the future.
Have fun on Omegle without talking to trolls. Some people may say something random, so play along. If it is offensive, disconnect, but sometimes the best conversations start the weirdest.
Don’t be tricked by trolls. They may send you a message saying Omegle has tracked your IP address, or that Omegle has classified them as a sex offender, usually ending with fake contact information. These are all fake, don’t be tricked.
You will encounter almost every type of person on Omegle. You’ll come across the people who seem to be honest, the obvious liars, the trolls, the horny people, the people looking for a laugh, the people who say they are on the verge of suicide, the people who are going through boredom and the normal people. Learn how to handle the people and you can turn almost any conversation into a fun one.
Be careful with con men. You might encounter people who lie about themselves to get your attention. Do not be gulible, and if they seem too good to be true, then they are probably lying!
Consider talking to non-native English speakers. They are usually friendlier. Most of them are there due to their willingness to learn and make friends who can help them with English.
Omegle can be addictive. Make sure that you practice self control. The obsession of meeting someone new online can cause negligence of more important daily activities.
If someone disconnects on you, do not be offended. There are typically 15000-30000 users online, you’ll find someone better to talk to.
While using Omegle, expand your conversation beyond ASL and Whats up? Talk about common interests, like music and sports, or popular international news.
Keep a positive attitude throughout the conversation.
A fun way to start a conversation is “Hello, ASL or AC?” ASL meaning Age/Sex/Location, and AC meaning Actual Conversation. See which one they pick.
You can have fun and be random on Omegle without being a troll. Starting a conversation with a random trivia fact can be funny and lead to a good conversation.
Easy way to spot abusive people: They ask for a picture of you, usually naked or half naked.
Don’t be offended by what people say. Most of them are trying to get people mad at them, so you will just feed into their bait.
Don’t give out your picture or too much personal information.
Parents: Omegle can be very offensive sometimes. Keep children under 13 away from Omegle.