The technology to connect with people around the world is amazing -- and fun.

But teens have to be cautious of the information they share and realize that the person on the other end of the video is a stranger.

Omegle has a written statement that users should not be under the age of 13.

As with so many social-networking tools, a teen's experience will depend a lot on other users' behavior.

It's important to note that some users report abuse and requests for baring body parts, so it could be easy for some teens to get into trouble.

While this may sound exciting and fun, it could pose a potential safety risk to children, who might believe it’s secure to share information with strangers.

Omegle is a free website that allows anyone who visits it to chat with strangers.

Personal information is collected and can be shared with third parties.

Read the privacy policy for more information about the information collected and shared.The sound and video quality are decent, and connecting is super simple.Since the app is connected to Snapchat, there never seems to be a shortage of teens eager to chat.With MONKEY -- HAVE FUN CHATS teens connect their Snapchat accounts and can "meet" random people via video chat.To sign up, they have to share their phone number and Snapchat username and password as well as invite friends by messaging them.If accepted, the video chat opens for 10 seconds, with the option to extend the time if both parties agree or add the connection on Snapchat.