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FC2 Clap has been released in Russian

April 03, 2012, 12:00 UTC+3

FC2 Clap is a free clapping service developed first in Japan in May 2008

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AS VEGAS, April 3, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- The global web service company, FC2, Inc. now supports Russian on it's "FC2 Clap" service, making up a grand total of 11 languages (Japanese, English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Indonesian and Russian).


About FC2 Clap

FC2 Clap is a free clapping service developed first in Japan in May 2008. Users can place a "Clap Button" on their blog or website, which readers can then click to express their thanks for the article. Users are also able to set up "Thanks Pages" for visitors who click the Clap button on their blog or website. With this release, FC2 Clap has added Russian, Indonesian and Portuguese to the supported languages.


Merits of FC2 Clap

The Thanks Page can be created in HTML. Users can write in something, or use images or videos to display their gratitude.
The ability to reply to comments.
Display an hourly or daily graph to show the number of claps and comments in real time.
Users can be sent a notification by email when he/she receives a clap.


About FC2, Inc.

FC2, Inc. is a global company that produces a variety of web services. Beginning with Japanese, these services are also made available in multiple languages. The company is based in Nevada, USA, and was established in 1999. FC2 is continually working towards improving its services for users.
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