Among that, they also give you the option to find strangers only with an activated webcam, which is great!
Rating: 7/10 Pros: Clear rules, great interface, and the sorting options are the important ones. No counter that shows how popular the website is yet. - Sushichat is another basic chatroulette type website.
There are no sorting options available to users, but everything else works the same as the others.
Among that, Omegle also lets you connect to Facebook if you so wish to.
Omegle has gotten with the program in the sense that they have a moderated section (for ages 17 and under, or just for those who want good, clean fun), and an unmoderated section where it is inevitable that you will run into chatters who are nude and/or performing sexual acts.
The interface is clean and easy to understand, and the rules work the same way others do, with no strict moderation of nudity and/or sexual activity.
There is no option available to sift through different users by category or interests, nor is there a counter to tell you how many people are online, but looking at its popularity you can be assured that you will find a number of people on at any given time.
Rating: 9/10 Pros: Lightening fast when being connected with a stranger, no wait time. Has alternate sections for those who want clothes on, and those who want clothes off. Arguably the most populated random chat site out there. Cons: There is no real sorting involved, it is hit or miss on who you will end up chatting with. - Chatroulette is another popular random chat site.
It gets a lot of traffic and has had plenty of time to establish itself in the random chat world.
Toss up: You have to sign up for an account to be able to connect with strangers, but it is easy and painless, and saves your settings and profile so you do not have to enter it each time. - Facebuzz is quick and to the point, a good option for random video chatting as well as text chatting.