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Chat Random for iOS, Android and desktop. We got you covered!

Welcome to our new chat random. We offer speed from the first second. Spend more time chatting and less waiting.

We have always looked for quality in our chats. This is the reason we have always tried our best to allow users of mobile devices to access all our chats. We do not like what happens in other versions of chats, where the versions of mobile and desktop are completely different.

Mobile users are not able to chat with desktop users and vice versa

In most current chat systems there are two differentiated chat systems. One system is for mobile users and another is for desktop users. This prevents many users from meeting each other, since they are not connected to the same chat server.

In our chat, all the users are connected to the same chat server. This way all the users are able to chat with any user connected to the site. This is great in terms of online users.

The history of the random chat

In the 90s, IRC chats were the only ones available. And these chats were very popular despite the poor implementation of the internet at homes. An installable chat client was required, the most popular was MyIRC. Furthermore, you also needed an IRC server address to connect to the chat and it was difficult to find out some of the IRC server addresses. This is the reason it was difficult to get a high number of users connected to the same server.

MyIRC was not meant for everybody

The requirement to download a chat client, along with the fact that it was difficult to use, made possible the web chats well before the year 2000. One of the first webchat to be launched was the LatinChat from StarMedia. The LatinChat was an icon of webchats at that time and it was the precursor of other popular chats such as the Yahoo chat, or the AOL chat.


This web chat, like so many others of the time, had its limitations due to the limited available technology. LatinChat was based on a JAVA applet and later updated to Macromedia Flash.

We are in the early 2000s. Random Chats are still unknown

Going ahead, we are in the early 2000s years where MSN Messenger was the undisputed companion of communication with friends.

Did you remember chatting in an online chat and meeting a nice person in a private window? But suddenly, you had to disconnect to the chat because it was late, your parents arrived…

Then what?

You’d ask for the Messenger to add the user to your MSN. Did you remember doing that? You did that for sure!

MSN Messenger was like a plugin in online chats to add users to your friend list. It was always nice to engage in private conversations with chat users that in many cases led to a friendship.

As a result, when a chat user disconnects, he or she is maybe lost forever. You’ll never know if he or she will reconnect to the chat or disappear forever.

The joy of MSN Messenger

Every user of the chats knew that when spending a lot of time chatting with someone, it was time for you to ask for their MSN. A Hotmail address to add to your MSN Messenger friend list was a completely treasure at the time being. Adding an user to your friend list was the key to keeping track of the user and not losing contact.


Let’s not forget that MSN Messenger added the feature to chat with webcam early in the 2000s. The webcam feature was the perfect complement meeting a stranger in an online chat.

This was the beginning of “Le sexy time” as we know today, if you know what I mean.

There was no alternative video chat at the time

For years the IRC webchats plus MSN Messenger were the king of online communication. The launch of random chats changed the way we communicated online for several years.

Random chats joined IRC chat and webcam chat in one. Most importantly, removing the hassle of asking an user for an e-mail and having to install something on your computer.

We must also remember other programs such as ICQ or AOL, which were popular in the United States, but they were unknown in the rest of the world.

The origin of Omegle and Chat Random

It seems like Omegle was the first one creating a random chat, while others give attribution to another website. It is unclear who was the first to think the original idea of the random chat.

You can chat privately with one user at a time. Keep it simple, that’s it!

(Basics of the Random Chat)

It seems like Omegle started as a random text chat, giving you the opportunity of chat with strangers. Soon after that, Omegle added the feature of random VideoChat to its website.

Since 2008, Omegle has been providing random chat and videochat for users all around the world. Some other sites have joined the random chats such as ChatRandom. We are talking about it in our VideoChat page.

There is more about VideoChat!

As the history goes on, we have a dedicated page about VideoChat in another post.


Chat by countries listed in this page


How to be successful using our chat random?

Here you have some basic guidelines so that your experience in the random chat is the best possible:

  • Use a webcam with a lot of ambient light. This way you can see it well and you are seen well.
  • Be educated with people, as if you were in school, high school, or work. In the chat there are people just like you.
  • Be original, dress differently, wear a mask, put on a costume. In other words, use all sorts of original things that will surely generate a lot of laughs among the users.
  • Try to engage in interesting conversations with people to get to know them better. In conclusion, do not forget that it’s about having a fun time and enriching your life with new friendships.