Sites Like Chatroulette

We were immediately drawn to the vibe Chatroulette gave out from the beginning, and for good reason – the site was and still is straight up awesome. We’ve done more than our fair share of random roulette video chatting, with people from all over the world, and it has been great, so we are definitely thankful for what the site has given us. However, there comes a time when you just feel like branching out and trying something a little different for once, and that led us on a mission to research all the best sites like Chatroulette. On our mission we found both the good and the bad, and believe me, there are a lot of bad. However, here for you today, we are only listing the good. In other words, we’ve already done all the hard work for you! Hurray! Anyway, here’s our cool list:

1. iMeetzu – Read Review

This random chat app is awesome because of the wide variety of options it has in comparison to other sites. iMeetzu has roulette chat for both text only and video only, plus a webcam chat rooms option and a complete social network specifically designed to allow you to meet new people as easily as possible! Visit them for sure!

2. Omegle – Read Review

Another awesome chat site, Omegle provides both text only and cam only roulette chatting options, along with it’s own unique features. The unique extras include something called “spy mode” which you definitely have to give a try as well as the ability to connect to people based on having similar interests.

3. Chatrandom – Read Review

This cool site for video chatting has multiple fun choices for its users. The choices include the usual roulette style, a cam chat rooms option, and something they call multi chat which involves live streaming video channels. Check them out!

4. Camzap – Read Review

Camzap is a roulette webcam chat site with an international user base. In addition, it has it’s own proprietary user registration system that allows each user to basically have their own video channel / chat room that other people can join.

5. Stickam – Read Review

This site provides both a roulette video chat service as well as an entire webcam-based social network where users have their own channels. The key difference with their roulette chat feature is that it is much cleaner content-wise than most others.

6. Bazoocam – Read Review

7. Streamberry – Read Review

8. Funyo – Read Review

9. WebcamBam – Read Review

10. Chatville – Read Review

11. Chatpig – Read Review

12. Airtime – Read Review

We actually don’t think Airtime is that great, because it doesn’t have enough users online, but we list it anyway because it received so much hype that you might want to visit it just for the sake of curiosity.


No list of chat apps is complete without mentioning this megastar. Chatroulette started off with barely anyone on it, then once it hit about 100 users online it struck it big and went viral after a little initial media attention. Now anytime you think of chatting online, you think of Chatroulette, and then you subsequently think of male private parts, but let’s pretend for now that doesn’t ruin the site, and focus on the good! So, this site really hit it big initially, and although it isn’t quite as popular as it was at its peak, it still maintains millions of users every month, and they aren’t going away. In other words, all the naysayers who called it a fad were wrong as could be. The site has seen lots of features come and go, so many that it’s at the point where I don’t really bother keeping track anymore. I will say this much though, right now you have to register / login before you can use it. If I had to guess, that probably helps weed out all the nasty naked dudes, so it’s probably a good thing, even though I know you hate having to register.

Anyway, I just realized I forgot to really describe Chatroulette in its entirety for all you newbs out there. Basically, how it works is you start the game of webcam “roulette”, so you get randomly paired with someone else who is also live video streaming, and then you both have the option of clicking “next” and moving on to the next random connection for yet another chat session, and so on. Basically what this means is you can get skipped over time and time again by people if you aren’t kewl or interesting enough, so be prepared to have your ego deflated, or quite possibly inflated for that matter, depending on what you can do! There are always thousands upon thousands of people online so you probably won’t see the same person twice, but then again, there’s still a chance. In any case, you can check out the site at If you want to learn about its biggest competitor, Omegle, click here.