None of the sites are moderated and there have been hundreds of blog posts complaining about rampant, unsolicited nudity & perversion in these random chat sites.

You should have a email id provided by your University or college to register and take part in a conversation.

The site also supports Facebook Connect, however, the email id with which you have registered in Facebook should be id. Apart from being an extremely hilarious idea, I noted a few funny things in these web apps.

Omegle allows you to share the chat log in your Facebook account or to download it to your PC. It allows you talk to your friends or to random strangers.

One cool feature of this web app is that people who are available for a random chat are presented in 3D bubbles with their profiles.

For example, in the case of Chatroulette the only contact address provided is [email protected], which could well be appropriate considering the usefulness of the entire idea.

And in the case of Omegle, there was nothing informative, not even a terms of condition page or a privacy policy.

I don't recognize the number, but that's normal.

What's weird is it's a video call, from someone using Duo, Google's video chat app available today for i OS and Android.

Am not kidding.) and plans to introduce custom chat rooms in the future.