Less than a month after updating the app with messaging capabilities, Facebook Pages Manager for iOS has just received a number of improvements for version 1.2. Most notably, the social giant added: support for 11 new languages, the ability to upload photos to your page’s albums, the ability to see photos that are attached to messages, and the obvious bug and performance fixes.
For those out of the loop, Pages Manager is a separate iOS app that lets admins manage pages. It’s not exactly a mainstream app, but if you have a popular page and want to keep up with and manage your audience, it’s definitely worth a download.
Today’s updates weren’t as desperately needed as June’s addition of messaging features, but it’s still important that this app is evolving, given the impact a Facebook page can have on a business’ success.
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