Chathopper labels its roulette chat, Stranger 2.0 Chat, as an anonymous web chat service. And although the claim of anonymity may be some what dubious, it’s still an enjoyable site.

Chathopper gets a positive score for their dashboard layout. The start button and text field are conveniently located. Additionally, the owners have limited their advertisements to just one section of AdSense ads at the top of the screen. And the lack of a report button also make this a commendable site.

But the greatest feature of any Chatroulette sites is its users. Chathopper rarely has any users. According to the sites Facebook Like widget, only 6,227 people have liked Chathopper. Some of those users are clearly duplicate accounts. Also, like other competing chat sites, they have inflated their current user statistics to an unbelievable 10,000 current active users.

Sadly, in a desperate attempt to draw in more users, the site has included a games feature page. This is a big failure.

Still, there are worse sites to visit. With some luck you might find enough people on the site to make it interesting.

3 thoughts on “Chathopper

  1. Wow, that’s news to me! It appears that Chathopper has closed its chat site. If that’s true, it’s a shame.

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