A new high school graduate’s virtual world experience with a mobile phone app has been criticised by students.
A student said the experience was “bizarre” and that he felt “disconnected”.
The experience is for the mobile app and the experience is what you get in the app, he said.
The app is called “Bridgette” and it lets you make a phone call to a specific number on your phone and that number will show up in the virtual world.
It is for people that don’t have phones, or that don�t have the money, or just don�ts want to make phone calls.
It�s a way to get that phone call, he told News24.
It seems like a weird thing, but it really is, he added.
Bridgitte is free for all students and there is no fee.
Students at Bridgette High School in Perth’s south west have taken to social media to express their shock and disappointment.
A post on Facebook said students were disappointed to learn of the app.
The school did not respond to a request for comment.
Another post on the Bridgettes Facebook page said students had received a text message from school which read:”You may be aware of this app, but we are sorry it was not available to you when you were in school.”
It said the app was available in Australia, but not in Australia.
A message on the app on Friday read: “I apologise for the inconvenience.”
The school has not responded to the school post.
The Facebook post went on to say the app is free, but there are costs for students to use it.
“I think the app needs to go back into the dark ages, but at least now we know about it,” a post said.
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