Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Omegle Iphone Application crack

Omegle description

Omegle is an app for meeting new friends. When you use Omegle, it picks another user at random and let you have a one-on-one chat with each other. Chats are completely anonymous, although there is nothing to stop you from revealing personal details if you would like.
The Omegle app connects to users on the Omegle Web site as well as to other iPhone and iPod Touch users.

Requirement:Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch Requires iPhone OS 2.2 or later

Download from here.

Omegle: Chat With Strangers Anonymously – Sounds Exciting? Try it!

Omegle is an innovative chat service launched by a 18-year-old tech enthusiast. How is this chat different from others is that you have no control over who you chat with + the chat is completely anonymous.
There is no registration or signup required to start chatting, once you are on Omegle just click on “Start a Chat” and you will be hooked up with one of the (currently) 2000 strangers waiting to chat with other strangers.
This is almost like a blind date, except on a blind date you know you are either with a girl or a guy on date but on you don’t even have control over that.
Overall, a good concept, the idea of talking to strangers excites at first but later spoilt by sex-starved strangers trying to send their naked pictures.
At this point I don’t see how the traffic can be monetized; probably monetizing was never the idea. Nonetheless good concept executed very well. Leif K-Brooks, Founder of , plans to major in Computer Science next year, however, in the mean while he is up for Hire for interesting projects.
If you are interested, get his e-mail from here to contact him and here to visit .

Sunday, December 20, 2009

How to make friends on Omegle

Tired of those short conversations on Omegle that get you no where except a feeling of disapointment and wasted time? In this article you will learn some tips on how to make friends on Omegle!

Things You'll Need:

* Internet connection
* Time

Step 1

Don't start a conversation with an arbitrary "ASL?" You will get no where fast.

Step 2

Instead start the conversation with something a little more interesting then "hi." Test some greetings out and see which ones get the best responses.

Step 3

You got a response back, great. Now how do you keep it going? Start probing the person for possible topics of interest. Just as you, the person on the other end is probably bored so be random but interesting.
Step 4

Don't be discouraged if you're conversation runs dry after 10 minutes, if you aren't talking about anything by now then it is probably going nowhere so just move on to the next person.
Step 5

Listen to what the other person says and take from it what you can to learn about the person and craft your responses to make the other person more interested in talking with you.

Step 6

Be as honest as you feel necessary, however if you are under age 18 don't give out any personal information. Simply leave if you feel uncomfortable and don't let anyone else play with your emotions.
Step 7

Keep it relatively clean and be respectful to the other person, tream them as you would want to be treated.

Step 8

If the time comes where one of you has to go or you are ready to exchange contact information, think about starting with an email address.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Learn ''How to use Omegle for chat" in just two seconds

  1. Step 1
    Launch your browser and go to www.omegle.com. You should see a large window that is primarily white space with a button to begin chatting.

  2. Step 2
    Once you are connected with a stranger, begin typing. A good place to begin is to ask the gender, location, and/or the age of the other user. Identify common interests as that is a good way to have something to talk about with someone you otherwise know nothing about. When in doubt, ask questions as a means of gaining rapport.

  3. Step 3
    Remember not to give away private information. While Omegle does not divulge your IP or other information to the other chatter, the private nature of the chat erodes if you give away your personal information like name or other identifying data. If the other chatter claims they are from the FBI or are reporting your IP address, be aware this is a hoax.

  4. Step 4
    Enjoy stranger chat! If you want to try to chat with people by criteria, there are other options besides Omegle; Iddin to chat by subject, GettingRandom.com to talk to either girls or guys- you specify. Enjoy.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

What Is Omegle?

In a Simple English,It is a site that picks a Stranger at Random and let you talk anonymously.
No need to Login, No neet to put Password,Simply the best.

In just few seconds after open Omegle site,you will get connected with a person(boy/girl).

Omegle Shortcuts
ASL - Age Sex Location
M/F -Male or Female
Mohit -Want to hit you(Used this when you find same sex person as your sex)
Kochar - Used this, when you want to know identity of opposite person very frequantly.
IDK -I Don't know
WTH - What The Hell
WTF - What The FK
C&S - Crap and Shit
STFU - Shut The Fuck Up
UC -Your Country

If you are facing any Problem in understanding the site or with any word just comment here.
I will get happy to help you.
Lets Omegling.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

What is Omegle?

By Wikipedia Author

Omegle is a website used to communicate with random, anonymous people across the Internet via chat. The name "Omegle" is an alteration of the word omega. The blue part of the logo contains an omega (Ω) turned diagonally.

How it works
The service randomly pairs up users online into one-on-one chat windows, where they can chat anonymously using the handles "You" and "Stranger".[3] Either party can disconnect at any time.

History and usage

At launch, the service garnered around 100 concurrent users. As of November 2009, the total population online at any one time can reach approximately 5000, and the site was reported to be getting 150,000 hits per day.[4] The use of the mandatory chatnames "You" and "Stranger", the oddly chipper "Talk to Strangers!" slogan of the site, and prompts such as "Your conversational partner has disconnected" at the end of a chat, appeared to fuel the popularity of the site.[5]

The kind of chat that Omegle popularized is called anonymous chat, stranger chat, or 1-on-1 chat. Comparisons have been made to early 1990s AOL.[6]. The site now provides an Omegle iPhone application that lets users chat with strangers from an iPhone or iPod Touch device.[7]

There are no restrictions on age or any other user characteristic. The site does not appear to censor contributions through a profanity filter. An Internet safety blog reviewed Omegle and the author cited that "on my first chat I was offered Crack and then cursed at with plenty of F's showing up".[8] There are still warnings about the site and the BBC has commented, "This is not a site for younger users."[9]

Strangers on the go! New Omegle app for iPhone & iPod Touch

Two of the most common feature requests I received in Omegle's early days were for typing notification, and an iPhone app. When I implemented typing notification, there was only one logical thing to do next: make an iPhone app!

The Omegle iPhone app passed Apple's approval process today, and it's now available in the app store for $0.99. If you'd like to be able to chat with random strangers from anywhere you go, and you own an iPhone or iPod Touch, be sure to check it out.

Welcome to the Omegle blog!

Hello, Internet, and welcome to the Omegle blog!

It's been wonderful (and a little bit bemusing) to see Omegle gaining such huge popularity. I've been writing computer programs for many years, but this is my first project to go viral. When I launched the site on March 25th and saw it hit 100 online users for the first time, I was ecstatic. Now, just five days later, that number has grown exponentially to over 1800—and the growth shows no signs of slowing!

Watching people and Web sites discover Omegle has been a great experience. Thanks to (in no particular order) Veronica Belmont, How Stuff Works, MegaByte TV, Sarah Lane, Tess Salalac, Google Blogoscoped, and everyone else who has been tweeting and blogging about Omegle. Also, a big thank you to all of the users who have helped to make the site a success!

On the technical side of things, everything is pretty much wonderful. Omegle uses the excellent Twisted networking library, which has made scaling a breeze. I would like to say more on this subject, but everything has been so problem-free that's there's nothing more to say.

Trolls are currently the biggest problem facing Omegle. Unfortunately, a percentage of the site's user base, instead of trying to have interesting conversations, likes to harass other users through vulgarity, spamming, and so on. I consider this a very serious issue, and I'm working on methods of controlling it as much as possible. In the mean time, I hope Omegle's users will continue weathering the storm, and enjoying the site despite its trolls.

Keep Omegling, everyone!

PS:Surf And Chat like a Alien