Making friends online has never been easier. Today, many of us have built quality friendships thanks to the internet. This article is specially developed for those who would love to add more people to their online friend’s circle.
In this article, we will be covering the top ten stranger chat apps both on Android and iOS. Just in case you are bored on a Sunday evening, or you just want to catch some fun with a stranger, these listed apps are the best you should use.
As one of the most popular stranger chat apps both on Google’s Android platform and Apple’s iOS platform, Qeep has more than 20 million users. With this app, you can easily connect with people from several locations.
Qeep also allows you to share photos with your friends/strangers. If your goal is to find a stranger friend quite easily, Qeep is a top recommendation from us. It has incredible features and you can as well find nearby people you can chat with.
As another popular stranger chat app, BeeTalk is available on Android and iOS. The app allows you to easily meet people, even nearby users. This app has amazing stickers which you can use while chatting with friends.
You can equally doodle and create group chats or join any group of your interest. One more interesting feature on BeeTalk is that you can create or join clubs nearby. Thanks to the whisper feature, your messages will automatically disappear after it has been read by the recipient.
With a name that instantly describes the app, HOLLA is quite a popular stranger chat app and could possibly be the best random video chat platform both for Android and iOS.
HOLLA is on our first five of the top ten list because of the awesomeness of the video chat and a host of other features that make it really stand from the pack. With a search option on the app, you can easily look for and find interesting people to hang out with from any location.
Like HOLLA, Hitwe is great for a random chat with stranger friends. It is a very fast and completely free app. With Hitwe, you can chat with people without any form of restrictions.
While Hitwe may not have as many users as Qeep, it has many features that make you see the 10,000 users as a plus and not a minus. The app includes features such as chat, meet, discover your match, and more which have been made free for every user.
With millions of users using Skout both on Android and iOS, the stranger chat app enables you to meet new people in seconds.
This app is particularly good thanks to its privacy terms. The user can decide to reveal his/her information (name, location, age, etc) if he/she deems.
Miko is particularly easy to use and has a very intuitive interface. It is a good app for connecting with strangers around you. Additionally, Mico allows you to sign in with your Facebook account. It also has the capability to help you find friends in your native language.
Azar has over 10 million registered users, meaning you can easily find friends on this app than many other stranger chat apps. The app is available both on Android and iOS. It allows you to choose gender and region preferences as well. With this, you can always curate your search for the specific person you want to hang out with.
An online dating app, Flurv also doubles as a stranger chatting platform which you can download on Android and iOS. There are millions of users on this platform.
You can meet people within your locality as well as those farther away from you. The app is capable of telling you who viewed your profile. It is a freemium service. You may have to pay to enjoy the best benefits.
Meet4U bends towards a dating app. However, since many users use the app to search for their dream man and their perfect girl, it is essentially a stranger chat app. Fast, free, and convenient, you can share your pictures and videos on this app.
MeetMe is a popular stranger chat app that you can download free on Android and iOS. You can meet new and fun people on this app. Available in Hindi, English, Spanish, and Portuguese, your options are unlimited.
We have listed the ten best stranger chat apps on Android and iOS. Which of them have you used or looking forward to use? Let us know below.