FB Pages Manager for Windows Phone essentially helps you stay on top of administrating your Facebook pages (hence the name). The app sports numerous features that are absent from the official Facebook app and is a must-have should you regularly interact with your Facebook page(s) on a daily basis. The app has recently been bumped to version 1.5 and we're looking at a sizeable update with a strong list of new features, joined by fixes and alterations.
So what exactly is included in version 1.5? According to the official changelog, you'll be able to enjoy the following after updating:
- Uservoice link
- Ability to send feedback via facebook message
- App is now WP8 native
- In app purchases (lite only)
- Post likes
- App update notifications
- Swedish, Polish and Malay languages
- Post preview
- Option to manually add a link to a post
- Schedule posts
- Pull to refresh on timeline and messages
- Logout option
- Post insights (full only)
- Message inbox
- Setting to enable the display of cover photo on the page view
- Message notifications
- Loading when a notification is pressed
That's quite the update, especially being upgraded to take full advantage of Windows Phone 8, as well as providing a means to use IAP (in-app purchasing) for extras in the lite version of FB Pages Manager. We're certain those of you who use this app to manage said pages will enjoy what's included in the above list, particularly message notifications and the option to manually add a link to a post.
The new features aren't the only new additions in the latest release. The developer also included numerous changes and fixes - perfect if you've been experiencing issues when attempting to use FB Pages Manager. A full list of what's been fixed or altered can be found in the official changelog (see link above). These include: dates being relative to the local time, performance improvements and more.
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