Facebook Releases Pages Manager for Android

Facebook Releases Pages Manager for Android

If you manage any Facebook pages, then you’re probably aware of the lack of page support for mobile. Now, Faccebook has released their own Page Manager app to handle this – sort of. While the app is currently available in the Play Store, it cannot yet be downloaded in the US, or in the UK.

According to the app description, you can “manage all the Pages you admin, wherever you are. Helps Facebook Page admins connect with their audience and keep up with activity on multiple Pages.

  • Post new updates and photos and respond to comments as your Pages
  • View and reply to private messages sent to your Page
  • Get notifications about new activity on your Pages right away
  • View your latest Pages Insights”

Facebook has yet to make the official announcement, we can expect it soon. Check it out on the Play Store below.

[download_link link=”http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.facebook.pages.app&referrer=utm_source%3Dandroidcentral%26utm_medium%3Dblog%26utm_campaign%3Dbloglink”]Facebook Pages Manager[/download_link]

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