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Facebook has updated its Pages Manager application for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch by re-building the core of the app. By re-writing the app for speed, the application is now faster for scrolling through page timelines, loading photographs, and more. Facebook previously re-built its other iOS apps for speed, shunning web-based technologies and using more native Objective-C code.

Facebook Page Manager is an app that makes the management of Facebook Pages easy on-the-go. The application originally launched approximately one year ago, and it also includes helpful analytics information for Page owners.

Today’s update also brings improvements to photo uploads such as filter and auto-enhance support.

Facebook’s Stickers and emojis are now accessible for use in messages from this app as well.

The app update is free on the App Store.

What’s New in Version 2.0

We’ve rebuilt the app so it’s faster and easier to use. • Scrolling through Page timeline is faster than ever • Photos open fast and close with one downward swipe • Posting photos with filters and auto-enhancement option • Message could now send emoji and stickers

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