Everyone is looking for method to retain his or her anonymity online but it's becoming more and more difficult with each passing moment. When someone joins a stranger chat site, he or she often has to build a detailed profile and provide verifiable information for the administrators of the website before they can even start to talk to people. This is done for the protection of everyone on the website but it can stifle interesting interactions between people.

A new website, Omegle, hopes to alter this in a small manner at the very least. When one visits this website, one can start to speak to a total stranger immediately. You won't need to create a profile, create a clever handle to use, or even to remember passwords so you can come back. Omegle allows users to chat with random strangers straight away. If you don't like the conversation you're having, just disconnect and start the next random stranger.

Leif K-Brooks is an eighteen-year-old high school student who created this new sort of social website. He wished to bring back some of the spontaneity of one-on-one chatting. K-Brooks hopes that folks will be able to express themselves in ways that they have forgotten. Anonymity helps bolster people by giving an environment that allows visitors to say what they really feel and not worry about how it is perceived by others.

Omegle even includes a blog devoted to your website. On the blog, people can find out what is new from the creator of the site. Two new additions to the Omegle site include text notification and a new iPhone application. Now people can talk to strangers by purchasing an app from Apple for Omegle.