You could also choose “Nobody” in which case, I think someone would have to type in your Oo Voo ID directly.To find these settings, click the profile photo, click the Settings icon (“gear” icon) and then select “Privacy & Security”.Unlike Kik, Oo Voo doesn’t have the built-in features like sending You Tube videos or playing games. These are some of the reasons that I don’t have too much of a problem with Oo Voo – as long as kids remember privacy and safety. Choose the middle option as shown, and there is less of a chance that random strangers will find you and send you messages.With this option, a friend who knows your e-mail address – presumably a friend – can find you and send you a friend request.oo Voo allows users to communicate through free messaging, voice, and video chat.
Oo Voo will let them have a little video chat party. Unlike Tango, location settings don’t give away where you are in the world. You can note the theme here: don’t put your personal and private information in the profile! You can choose either “Anyone”, “People who know my email address or oo Voo ID”, or “Nobody”.While oo Voo users can host chats with up to 12 total users, the new version of its apps will let viewers see up to four participants at once.In addition to high-quality, four-way video chat, the new apps also include group messaging and push notifications to enable users to keep connected at all times.oo Voo was founded in 2006 by Ohio entrepreneur, Clay Mathile In February 2009, oo Voo 2.0 launched and featured browser-based video chat rooms and video chat through a web link with no download required.An open API was also launched with version 2.0, and allowed developers to build customized applications and widgets.