Apollo 11 astronaut Edwin Aldrin Jr photographed near the lunar module
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Webscape: Celebrating 40th anniversary of Apollo 11

Kate Russell's weekly review of websites and apps (links to sites are at the bottom of the page).

Gmail was the leading email provider of 2012, with over 425 million users worldwide.

If you are one of them then you can get the inside scoop about what is coming into your inbox with Smartr inbox from Xobni - a browser plug-in that looks at your email and social contacts to build a profile for everyone in your address book.

Truecaller offers a crowd-sourced global phone directory app and online white pages that let you look up unknown phone numbers and match them with names as well as revealing when spam callers are trying to get through.

At We Choose the Moon you will find an interactive site built to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. It meshes together video, audio and photos to deliver the closest experience to travelling to the Moon you are ever likely to have.

Gender equality is always a hot topic in tech circles and a new web app doing the rounds this week aims to expose the balance of male/female content being shared on Twitter.

It measures the Twitter Equality Quotient or Twee-Q of any account by riffling through its re-tweets to calculate the gender split.

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