Prior to early 2013, the site did not censor contributions through a profanity filter, and users may have encountered nudity or sexual content on camera.
After January 2013, Omegle implemented a "monitored" video chat, to monitor misbehavior and protect people under the age of 18 from potentially harmful content, including nudity or sexual content.
If we're jamming, you should be able to hear a high quaility audio feed direct from the "console", though the dedicated webcam audio mix will likely be unmanned and unmonitored.
No one else knows how to work SAC yet, and I'm busy playing... This is also assuming you can receive a constant 750kbps on your high-speed Internet connection, and that if you're behind a firewall it allows this sort of traffic.
The site now provides a mobile application that lets users chat with strangers from mobile devices. Omegle was initially a text-only chat that paired users at random to communicate as "strangers".
However, in 2010, Omegle introduced a video mode to complement the text chat mode, which pairs together strangers who are using webcams and microphones. In 2011, the beta version of a new feature, "Spy Mode", was introduced.
In 2013, an unmonitored version of the video chat mode was opened, leaving the original content moderator-regulated video section open to anyone aged thirteen and up as long as the content of his or her video stream is clean.
Initially, questionable adult content in the video section of Omegle was filtered using image recognition algorithms only.