AGC: An Accessible Front End to Google Calendar

Robert Stevens announced the release of an Accessible front end to Google Calendar on his blog earlier this evening.

Accessible Google Calendar (AGC), as the name suggests, provides screen reader users with an easy-to-use interface to Google Calendar. The program is written in C# and runs on Windows.

Read the post mentioned above for a full description of how to use AGC. Here’s the direct download link (AGC.msi, 2.16Mb) and installation instructions can be found at the end of this README file.

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