Full version of FB Pages Manager on sale for just 99 cents

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The developers behind the popular third-party app FB Pages Manager for Windows Phone have reduced the price of the full version to just 99 cents, but that deal is slated to end soon. The team behind the app has also announced plans for future versions of the app.

The first version, which allows Facebook users to manage more than one of their pages, was released just a year ago and has received several updates since that time. To celebrate the one year anniversary of the app, its developers have announced the full version is on sale for 99 cents, down from its normal $1.99, from now until Friday, July 11.

The FB Pages Manager team have also announced that the app has had over 300,000 downloads since it launched and currently has over 100,000 monthly active users, with an average of 1,500 new users added every day.

The bad news for Windows Phone 7.x owners is that the current 1.8 version of the app will be the last for the older OS. The upcoming 1.9 version may also be the last version for Windows Phone 8 as the team plans to move development for version 2 exclusively for Windows Phone 8.1. It will be released "in the coming months".

You can download the full version of FB Pages Manager (Lite version - right QR code) from the Windows Phone Store right now. Thanks to John for the tip!

QR: FB Pages Manager


Reader comments

Full version of FB Pages Manager on sale for just 99 cents


This app is really good. I just wish they made this version universal for Windows 8. They already made a Windows 8 version but it's really not as good and useful as the Windows Phone version.

We are planning on making it so ;) But first we need to update the app to WP 8.1 and close and redo Win8 version ;)

How secure are third-party applications like these? Can they intercept the username and/or password or the contents of the pages? Just asking.

I'm curious too. Looks like it uses Facebook API with Facebook login so they don't have your credentials but you never know. Sadly i'll pass on this one and wait for an official app. Not that you can trust Facebook but at least they won't post bullshit on your company's page ;)

We can't really know your username or password. We just use your token to make stuff you want. That's all ;)

Thanks for clearing that up. You're doing a good job here, a job that was supposed to be done by facebook themselves, but since they don't give a crap... keep it up, just hope you're not spying on our stupid content. (Just kidding :D)

The free won't let you pin the pages to your start screen, see the insights and manage the albums, and is ad driven ;)


I love this app and paid for it a long time ago. I wonder if the creator of this app would be against creating one for facebook events. I would love that.

Funny enough we did started an app to events and another to groups, but then facebook improved a lot on their official app these two aspects so we stopped the development ;)

No thanks. Don't need the more access to FB bullshit experimentation. If I need that I know a cable news channel where that is all they do.

Amazingly helpful comment. You even snuck in some pointless politics into a tech article. Brilliant.

Well, I've been waiting for an official app, but after seeing positive responses here, the reviews, and the screenshots... I skipped the Lite version, and am installing the Full version now. Thumbs Up Dev Dude.

Thank you ;) and thank all all our users that made this app awesome with suggestions, feedback and translations ;)

I use this app all the time works great on my business page love it and I know the creator of the App he also like my page as well.

Great app, bought it months ago but I have an annoying problem. It seems that it can't open some photos. It just takes me to the cover photo. For example notifications show you have a comment on a certain picture, when you click the notification it takes you to the album cover photo not the one that has been commented.
Hope this gets fixed in the next release.