At the moment, its language coverage seems to be limited to Spanish-English combinations, but you can select from a variety of languages.
An app like this certainly wasn't hard to see coming.
Ricks (CAS’12) and Choi (COM’10) are just two of tens of thousands of people signed onto the latest Internet phenomenon, Chatroulette, a free site started by a Russian teenager four months ago.
First, you'd of course need to toss out all the pervs, etc.
“All our friends who are creeped out by it are the ones who haven’t tried it,” Choi says.
“Once you try it, you see how many normal and fun people you can meet.” Ricks has spent as much as five hours at a time on the site, attracted by the opportunity to talk to people from other countries.
AZAR - Random Video Chat is exactly what its name suggests it is: an app that lets you have random video conversations with other users.
In other words, it's a sort of hybrid between Badoo and Chatroulette.