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Mar
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Facebook's Pages Manager app has made the jump to version 1.10, and while it isn't a major overhaul, it does introduce a few new features. Now people who manage multiple pages can share posts between them by hitting the share button at the bottom of each post. Pages based on people also have more emotions and activities available for status updates, such as "Feeling Good" or "Watching TV." In addition to that, managers can edit posts on their page timeline.

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What's new:

  • If you manage more than one Page, you can share content between them by clicking on the Share button on your posts.
  • Pages that represent a person can add more detail such as feelings and what they're doing to their Page posts (ex: "feeling good" or "watching TV")
  • Edit post on Page Timeline
  • Bug fixes and performance updates.

With each of Facebook's apps sporting different UIs, this is really an awkward time to be invested in the company's mobile apps. Nevertheless, they're free, and it beats sitting down at a PC, right?

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • dan

    This is one of the ugliest apps in the play store.

    Look at Facebook Pages Manager and see the difference. Gosh I wish Google would implement a sort of penalty on such developers. This is Facebook for god's sake with hundreds of millions of users not a new developer with a small app.

    They rush to follow apple's design guidelines yet we only receive "bug fixes" from them.

    • http://dabuxian.com/ Dabu

      The thing is at this point they can do whatever they want, they'll be #1 social network anyway. Photos are low quality, interface is ugly and unintuitive, apps are horrible. So what. People will use it. It sucks, but that's the truth.

    • Guest

      When ios 7 came out every stock app was new with the new guidline, so old app where out of place, while on stock android, dev are lazy, they theme app one by one and none work the same and half done, they let old gingerbread themed app on the os and you blame app developer for not following guidline
      ( the last youtube app have still gingerbread themed popup)

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