Unfortunately not all people who use Google will be interested in this particular detail: In Australia it has become somewhat of a problem, as many people think they can sign-in to Google without having to invite anyone else, but in actual fact only very limited contact is necessary on the part of the user. This means that anyone can use the Google+ interface to sign-in. Furthermore, because the Australia government introduced a law which makes it mandatory for anyone who wishes to use the Google+ interface to also fill out an application form, people are now being encouraged to use the said form to sign-in to both the Google+ app and to the bluestacks app. So basically what this means is that anyone who uses the Google+ interface to post online profiles including photos and videos must also sign-in to both the Google+ app and to the bluestacks app in order to use the social networking features offered by these two apps. This has caused quite a stir in the Australian Internet community because many people believe they are being spammed.
To address this issue, the WikiCamps Australia application has been created in order to help members of the public sign-in to the two separate online social networking sites. By doing so, users will be able to avoid being required to invite anyone else to join their profiles or to even accept offers from other internet companies. Users can instead sign-in with their Facebook account and have the Facebook login link displayed on their screens while they are browsing the different groups that WikiCamps is associated with. The application does this through the use of "screen share" technology, meaning that another device which is connected to the Android device used by the user in question can simply be displayed on top of the user's screen to display online information, photos and videos.