APP OF THE DAY: Facebook Pages Manager
- 24 May, 2012 10:10
Facebook Pages Manager
Cost: Free | Developer:Facebook | Platform:iOS | Version 1.0| 2.9MB | 4.0+
Facebook Pages Manager is a new app dedicated to helping admins manage multiple pages in one place.
The user interface is identical to the standard Facebook app, but includes insights so you can keep track of how many people are viewing, talking, and being reached.
When I saw this app pop up in the App Store, I was admittedly excited as I thought I could manage the ARN Facebook page without having to log out of my personal account on the standard app.
To my disappointment, it didn’t work that way. Unfortunately, the Pages Manager communicates and integrates with the standard app, automatically logging in the same account. It does not allow a separate sign-in, either.
Of course, for those who use their personal page for business reasons (or just have ‘fun’ pages), this won’t be a deterrent.
Pros: Free, direct access to pages, allows multiple page management, insights.
Cons: Always integrates with standard app, so you can’t sign in with another account.
Verdict: The ideal app for those who use their personal account to manage (multiple) Facebook pages.
Get it here:Apple App Store
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