Facebook working on standalone Pages app for iOS

Isolated app would allow you to control pages you moderate

Facebook may be about to grow its range of apps with Pages joining Messages and the main iOS app. Pages would give users access only to the non-personal profile pages that they manage

Facebook is working on a new app for iOS devices which would give users separate access to the Pages they control on the social network.

Similarly to the Messages app, which got its own gig on multiple platforms last year, the Pages app would live outside of the main Facebook app.

The idea would be for members to keep business and personal interests separate, so you're not inundated with notifications for your personal account from your small business or outside interests.

The early-stages app, as you can see from the picture above, also throws away some of the clutter and allows you to focus on analytics and gives you the ability to navigate between different pages very easily.

The app is currently being tested on a small cross-section of users in Australia, with many being prompted to download Pages.

However, Facebook says it is in no rush to push out this feature, in a statement offered to The Next Web: "We’re testing an app that helps owners of small to medium Pages more easily manage their Facebook presence."

Via: The Next Web