A screen-sharing app has come under fire after a user posted an image of a phone wallpaper and said it was “perfect” for his phone.
The image showed the name of a TV station, but the description for the wallpaper was more generic.
“Perfect for your phone or tablet.
The name of the TV station in the picture is correct.
No need to search for the right name.”
The user then posted a screenshot of the wallpaper on Instagram, showing the image in a photo album with a caption saying “the best wallpaper ever”.
Users across the country are questioning whether this is the wallpaper for them.
A number of users have complained that the app is being used by people who want to share a home screen that looks like they have already downloaded the app.
One user, from Australia, said he has “had more than 10 people send me photos of their phones and tablets, and their phone screen they’ve created just to have it on my phone.”
“It’s just too good,” he wrote.
Another user, in the US, said she had to install the app on a phone to see the wallpaper.
Other users have been using it to show off their phones to their friends.
Users have been posting images of their phone screens on social media, posting videos of their screens, and even showing off a screenshot in an Instagram video.
Instagram is currently testing a new feature that allows people to upload photos from their phones into the app so they can be shared with others.
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