Funyo

┬áThis website used to be basically a copy of Chatrandom. However, this doesn’t come as a huge surprise because I am almost 100% sure they are owned by the same people. The reason for this is that Funyo used to actually pull it’s random roulette webcam chat software from Chatrandom‘s server. This was obvious because when you loaded Funyo and it asked to access your cam, it showed Chatrandom’s URL as the one requesting the access. Anyway, if you look at the two sites side by side nowadays, although there are still similarities, there are also major differences. This seems to have led to them both having there own sort of separate followings as far as I can tell. Funyo is much less popular than it’s affiliate, BUT it is still pretty dang popular, with lots of users online at any given time.

With regards to features that differentiate Funyo from Chatrandom and other roulette video chat sites, one major one is the fact that Funyo actually has a social network built into it now. The only other stranger chat site I am aware of with something similar is iMeetzu. Anyway, Funyo’s social network seems fully functional but lacks in some areas such as not seeming to have quite enough users online or at least not enough that you can easily communicate with etc. But, what Funyo lacks social network-wise, it makes up for with it’s other chatting options. First, it has your usual random webcam chat service, which works seamlessly. Second, it has a group chat room choice which always has a lot of users on it and runs on some sweet flash software with all kinds of goodies. Finally, it has a sort of show-focused video chat platform where you can see how many users are viewing a particular show, watch as many as 4 live streams at a time, and if you want broadcast your very own. Sound good? Visit Funyo at www.funyo.com.