Facebook Ads Manager

Facebook Ads Manager

By Facebook, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2015-02-24
  • Current Version: 93.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 52.82 MB
  • Developer: Facebook, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 408 Reviews)
  • Price:
Facebook Ads Manager App Ratings: 2.5
Total 408 Reviews

Facebook Ads Manager App Description

The Facebook Ads Manager app allows businesses to stay connected with their ad performance no matter where they are. Easily create and track Facebook ads from your mobile device with powerful and efficient mobile tools. Create ads: Use photos and videos from your device's library to reach people with ads on Facebook, Instagram, and Audience Network, or reuse existing ads with a convenient ad duplication feature. Edit campaigns: Edit your creative, text, targeting, schedules and budgets, or schedule and preview your draft campaigns on mobile. View your performance: See how your ads are performing and compare up to 5 ads with a side-by-side view Stay in control: Manage account settings and track spending directly from your mobile device. Simple navigation: Easily switch between your Facebook Pages or ad accounts. Tips & recommendations: Get timely notifications about ad performance, weekly summaries, and recommended actions for improving your performance.

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Facebook Ads Manager App Reviews

  • The Facebooks Ads platform is a SCAM

    By Scammed120
    I help manage a Facebook page for a band I’m in and recently we discovered that our account had been charged over $120 (even though our spending limit was set at $0.00). At that point, we tried to remove our card information from the account, only to be prompted to download this USELESS app. After downloading, we found out that there is NO OPTION TO REMOVE YOUR CARD INFORMATION, OR YOUR PAYPAL ACCOUNT! Whatever you do, stay FAR away from the Facebook ads platform. This experience has made me seriously consider deleting Facebook altogether
  • Eliminar

    By joseantoniomg77
    No sirve para eliminar las promociones terminadas
  • Has this app ever worked???

    By Flynpeanut
    Just updated and now nothing will load. When it did load I constantly got the wrong campaigns to load under the wrong account. This app is not intended for anyone managing multiple ad accounts.
  • Why Isn’t Everything In One Place?

    By HANstyle
    If this is for advertising on this platform I should be able to add user roles for advertising purposes which I coincidentally cannot find anywhere. Also why does this thing not flip to landscape mode. If I’m working on ads and creating/reviewing content I’m not doing it with the iPad standing straight up.
  • Ok for quick glances

    By mcdoj7351
    Nice to look at day to day while away from a desktop computer, but needs more functionality. I would love to be able to select a date range and see my ad spend across the selected dates, not just have the 1 day, 7 day, and lifetime options. Also, it would be nice if the CPA by ad set reflected the selected date range, instead of displaying a lifetime average.
  • Prostitution is ok to Facebook.

    By lego my logo
    You can’t advertise animals but hookers have pages giving out their contact information....Facebook is so out of touch with reality. Who do we call when we have a problem also? No customer service at all!
  • Impressively useless

    By Joe has wings
    Aside from making sure you get useless notifications like literally every Facebook app, this app is surprisingly useless. Expect nothing. You can see spend, and not even on the timeline you want.
  • Godawful

    By Markie Schroeder
    The Facebook Ads Manager platform is the best evidence I’ve found that we’re all already dead and living in Purgatory. I work for a small social media marketing firm, and can say with confidence that everything about Ads Manager is designed in the most awful way imaginable. It uses automation that can’t tell the difference between text and a wide variety of other things in images (e.g. it always thinks that fireworks are text), and if it thinks that there’s too much text in your image, your ad is automatically disapproved. This automation also managed to interpret a post about a restaurant and shopping center as being about weapons & ammunition. You can appeal a disapproved ad, if you can figure out how to find the right account and ad ID numbers to enter into the form (the detailed instructions they provide on how to find these don’t work), and if you spend $1,500 per month, you can get access to an account rep that returns your messages about 50% of the time. The only reason Facebook gets away with this is because they have no viable competition - what are you going to do, go try to advertise on Google Plus? A shameful, horrible product that only serves to show why monopolies need to be broken up.
  • Useless

    By kaan646464
    You start looking for your computer when you start using the app
  • Terrible app

    By Atidus
    This app only own icon of facebook with useless function!!!