If you’re old enough to remember the internet in the late ’90s, you’ll also remember the glory days of chat rooms and instant messaging—not only with friends, but also strangers scattered across the globe.
Now, a new Facebook Messenger bot attempts to recreate that stranger-induced high with Chatible, which facilitates a random conversation between anonymous parties.
And with chatting, the option for anonymity and fun screennames was key, moreso because every conversation kicked off with a query of “age/sex/location? So it’s no surprise that apps that let you talk with total strangers reignite the appeal of the early internet.
Some of these apps let you chat with strangers based on interests, or indicate some cursory biographical points up front, but the majority, like Chatible, appear to prefer the stranger toss-up.
Common rules for all anonymous chat rooms: - All the secrets you share in Anti Chat, must stay in Anti Chat- Teens aged less than 17 are not allowed to download and use this app- All international and private chats must remain free of trolling, bullying and agitating. As I read through the reviews, some of the legitimate issues I've had with the app have been labeled as spam, and were reported as such.
Chat Roulette This is another web cam based chat service with a unique approach by pairing users with random strangers.
Moreover, you can ask questions online anonymously on any topic and receive answers from the experienced community. I tried looking into repealing my "punishment" for "being annoying, offending, or perverted," but it seems once you're banned, there is nothing you can do but wait for your time to finish.
Text with the ones you like and block the ones you don't. I have been using this app for almost a year, and at first, it was a great app. My most recent bans were caused by saying "Food is overrated." and "The mods are ban happy." Surprise, surprise, it was an automated ban that ended up kicking (a word we aren't allowed to say) me out of the app for 21 hours.
One of the largest voice and video chat services on the Internet today is called Tiny Chat.
The company boasts that users produce a combined 5 million minutes of airtime per day.