Facebook Ads Manager

Facebook Ads Manager

By Facebook, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2015-02-24
  • Current Version: 109.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 61.66 MB
  • Developer: Facebook, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 565 Reviews)
  • Price:
Facebook Ads Manager App Ratings: 2.5
Total 565 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

  • So much potential

    By Esegali
    Love everything about it when it’s working. The latest update is really glitching for me :( my app closes down any time I try to open an existing campaign or want to create one.
  • Buggy, difficult to use

    By Ldncraft
    Poorly designed, frustrating, full of bugs. Horrible app.
  • Terrible

    By Guzzyflux
    Where do I start? First, I keep getting a daily summary notification from September 5th every single day. It’s October 7th now. I’ve turned off daily summary notifications a while ago and it still comes through. Second, this app’s features are beyond basic. About the only ad you can create from this app, is boost a post. Who tf does that anymore?! You literally can’t create an ad from scratch. Third, the reporting is crap too. You can’t even see CTR, CPC, it any actual valuable information.
  • Version 108

    By Jeanne1969
    What happened?! I click on my campaign to see performance and I get a white screen!!!
  • Broken on iPhone XS Max

    By Prodyle
    You’re Facebook fix this
  • Force shut down on mobile

    By chuck1987
    Can someone at FB please fix the new bug in this app. Keeps force closing. Thank you.
  • Not sure why I bothered to write this

    By Rymando
    Not sure why some of the reviews are griping about issues related to marketing on Facebook, broadly, that have absolutely nothing to do with this app (personally I think Facebook is an amazing digital ad platform, particularly for relatively small businesses with less sophisticated marketing teams, whom most of these reviews seem to be coming from). My issue is the app itself. For a $200+ Billion mkt cap company whose motto for years has been: “mobile first”; this app proves that they only apply this motto when it comes to consumer-facing software aimed at increasing user counts or keeping them engaged longer to grow total ad impressions and thus revenue (there was a time when improving their customer database and ad targeting features that would improve advertiser ROI was equally important because they know that is the only other revenue growth lever for an ad auction platform (drive higher CPMs or ad $ / ad impression) and fair enough, I guess I understand why this app has been, continues to be and most likely will be garbage for a long time: improving it isn’t going to move the needle in terms of revenue (nor would it produce any cost savings, in fact, I’m sure it would require significant resources). This app is actually probably pretty decent for small advertisers, who manage a handful of ad campaigns each year and the Fortune 500 advertisers and large ad agencies generally have the development resources to build their own custom software to manage and monitor their campaigns via Facebook’s open APIs, so they could care less if this app works or not. However, for the rest of advertisers that fall somewhere in between, this app is an epic failure. If you have a single complex ad account with a high volume of campaigns / ads, let alone a complex business manager account with many complex ad accounts, the app either rarely works or simply doesn’t work (it crashes almost immediately, if it opens / loads at all); I haven’t been able to open the app for over a year without it crashing. I try it every now and again, each time assuming that surely Facebook must have put some tiny speck of their enormous cash hoard towards making their ad manager mobile app at least functional for high-level, basic reporting for mid-sized advertisers by now, and by now should not even be surprised anymore that they haven’t. I used to bring it up with our rep 2 - 3 years ago, but stopped because what’s he supposed to do? Facebook knows this app is garbage, but since the advertisers that spend billions of $ on Facebook, that actually have the ability to move the needle in terms of Facebook’s revenue if they threatened to shift ad spend elsewhere (which they wouldn’t do regardless, particularly over a poorly or non-functioning mobile app that they don’t really need and have the resources to build themselves anyways) don’t care (and even if they do or ever were to care, caring vs. caring enough to actually impact their ad budget allocations are 2 very different things). So there it is, a better mobile app for advertisers isn’t going to increase Facebook’s ad revenue and Facebook knows this — so don’t expect any material improvement any time soon. I’m neither mad nor complaining. I get it. This capitalism and I’m a capitalist, but this is definitely a 1-star app.
  • Had to hire an attorney..

    By tacocamo
    They randomly took $125 out of my account 9 days before my due date and it caused my account to overdraft. I immediately contacted Facebook and a “personal customer service agent” said she would investigate immediately. I called PayPal and they immediately recognized the transaction as unauthorized and said Facebook was 100% in the wrong and they had no authorization to take it out of my bank account 9 days before it was due. I continued to email Facebook every other day for over two weeks while my account continued to accrue overdraft fees every day. I notified the agent that was “investigating my case” that the account was continuing to overdraft and I did not understand why they couldn’t have given me the original overdraft fee THEY CAUSED back instead of letting my account continue to be charged $35 per day while the account was waiting to be brought back to current (because of THEIR overdraft.) The agent continued to say she was investigating THREE WEEKS later. There is no number to call for Facebook customer service. How does a multi-billion dollar company not have customer service? Especially when businesses are paying them for ads. You’d think after Facebook already ruined the world’s trust they could step it up. It has now been over a month and the “agent” has still yet to email me back and now I have hired an attorney to get my money back, which will be easy with my signed documents from PayPal stating Facebook was 100% unauthorized to take the payment out of my account 9 days before my due date which was ALWAYS the last day of every month.
  • Works ok, when I can see it.

    By Hdub
    Most of the time, it loads to a blank, white screen. I quit the app, hard reset, delete and add the app, update the app with the same result of the screen immediately going white after opening. Would love to use it more, if it worked properly.
  • Useless

    By ryanbeam
    This app just crashes and goes to a white screen whenever I try and view any of my ad campaigns.