Setting aside sending and viewing randos (and waiting to receive them), all you can currently do is delete received randos so they don’t live forever in your stack, or flag a rando as inappropriate — always a risk with apps that let strangers swap visual messages.
Still, the risk of Rando being with porn, a la Chatroulette or the early days of Vine, seems fairly low.
mobile games and app developer studio ustwo, creator of games and apps like Whale Trail and Mouth Off to name a couple, has launched a new photo-sharing app called Rando. In other words, each of your photos (‘randos’) is randomly sent to another user (you never know who gets it).That means there are rules you should follow: 1) don’t send a naked picture. If you want to send a pic, send one with your clothes on and probably don’t show your face.2) only sext with someone you trust and 3) only do it if you feel comfortable.No registration required, simply install and enjoy.🐑 This app is a fun way to meet people and see things across oceans and continents. In my opinion, the key to a perfect Photoswap combination is: fun creative playful clever.Unlike most photo-sharing apps, Rando eschews the usual social network trappings.