Hi there! If you’re looking for a great alternative site like Omegle for random chat sessions, look no further. There is one great one that has more features than any other if you’re looking to text chat, and that one is RandomSkip. They even recently came out with a mobile phone app too, so that’s pretty cool. One of the great features of their service is they allow you to actually send images back and forth with your new friends you meet, and it works perfectly. This is great, because I personally was always annoyed with Omegle for not being able to send pictures to the stranger I would be talking to. Anyway, their site has multiple different chatting options on it, so you aren’t limited to text-only if you want to switch to video, group, or whatever. But, for the purpose of this article, we’re going to focus on the Omegle random text chat alternative part of their site.
I already mentioned the images feature, but I really can’t emphasize enough how much of a huge difference this makes when you’re in the middle of a discussion with someone. Putting a face with the great personality you just met makes things soooo much more interesting and more importantly, personal. Sitting there and talking to a ghost just isn’t quite the same as being able to clearly picture that other person who also randomly ended up in the same private room as you. There simply isn’t a substitute for it, and that doesn’t even include the ability to send even more photos showing all the great and awesome things you’ve been up to or observed lately in life!
Images aren’t the only extra bonus to using RandomSkip instead, they also have emoticons built in AND the ability to change your username! If you’re anything like me, you always have to incorporate emoticons in your conversations, it’s like second nature! Can you imagine even trying to talk to someone, let alone a stranger, without being able to illustrate how you’re expressing yourself as you say whatever it is you happen to be saying? It’s super hard…and often times outright weird. If you ever wondered why it is that often times people don’t get your jokes over text messages, it’s basically the same kind of reason, which is that when we speak to people in person we’re able to convey a “tone” with our voices that helps the person listening to us discern that we’re joking or sarcastic, and so on. When you remove the tone, which is what happens when you switch to messages, you end up with a situation where people can easily misinterpret or misunderstand what you were trying to communicate to them, and things can be taken the wrong way. This, of course, is super annoying. Anyway, the point is, this is why you need emotes! Whew, that was a long explanation.