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Today in Cool Websites and Tools, we take a look at 5 cool websites, including viewing what a nuclear fallout would look like on your city or town, answering or rejecting calls on your Android phone without using your hands, moving files between cloud storage services, quickly finding what you need in your Gmail account, and faking press coverage for your startup. Read on below!

Mover – Move files between any cloud storage provider. Backup anything to the cloud, including your cloud storage or website. Or are you moving from Dropbox to Box? Google Drive to SkyDrive? Using Mover, make the process much easier. Compatible with all major cloud storage platforms such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Skydrive and Box. Create and manage scheduled backups and view detailed logs.

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NukeMap 3D – the one big fear among world governments is that one day a terrorist will acquire a nuclear device and detonate it in a crowded place. So it is important to plan for such eventualities and estimate possible casualties in case of an attack. Using Google Maps, NukeMap 3D allows you to select a destination, size of nuclear device and then watch as the blast radius and casualty rate is calculated.

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Air Call-Accept – With this app, you can effortlessly answer or reject your phone calls without even touching the phone. Using the proximity sensor on your phone, it detects when you wave your hand over the screen or when you place the phone to your ear. Especially useful for drivers with a bluetooth headset, leaving you to concentrate on the road.

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Mikey for Gmail – Find things quickly in your Gmail. Mikey gives you powerful tabs that make it easy to find whatever you are looking for. Trouble finding links? Mikey indexes all the content within the links you send and receive so you can search them. Can’t find an image? Browse all your images visually in a Pinterest-style layout.

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Startup Legitimizer – There are so many startups online these days that the vast majority of them struggle to get any kind of meaningful press attention. But when they get some good press, they instantly become credible to potential investors. So what do you do to give the illusion that your startup has been covered by the big names in media? Use the Startup Legitimizer.

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  1. Lisa O
    August 8, 2013 at 7:40 pm

    I really hope no decent startup truly hoping to be successful using the last service. Honesty is crucial in business and using that would just make you seem desperate.

  2. Jay I
    August 7, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    I have used the Air-Call-Accept app before. The trouble with that app is that it automatically answers calls even when the phone is in my pocket. So, this results in no one being able to get to my voice-mail. I am not sure if my phone settings were such that this was happening, but I never got any voice mails. Just a lot of people complaining that they called, I answered, but I never said anything - all they could hear was chatter and background noises. I missed some very important calls due to this. I would welcome suggestions or comments about this app from other users.

  3. Dragon_123
    August 7, 2013 at 3:10 pm

    Guys. the latest quad core phone from nokia in the phablet category is here

  4. bben
    August 7, 2013 at 10:54 am

    I only see 4 cool entries today not 5 - the one about hands free mobile answering is missing.

    • Mark O'Neill
      August 7, 2013 at 3:29 pm

      Sorry about that. We had a slight code glitch which made the 5th one hidden. But we have sorted it now :-)

      Thanks for pointing it out to us.

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