Products and Features
Explore some of Google's accessibility features and products.
Accessibility Scanner can help Android app creators identify opportunities to improve their apps for users.
From hearing aid compatibility to a built-in screen reader, Android OS offers you a wide variety of tools for any kind of disability.
The Chrome browser supports screen readers and magnifiers, and offers people with low vision full-page zoom, high-contrast color and extensions.
Classroom helps teachers and students stay organized, communicate with their class, and go paperless.
Search across your company’s content in G Suite and get proactive recommendations.
View and edit your contacts on your computer.
Designed with accessibility in mind, Gmail is compatible with several popular screen readers.
Create and share calendars and events.
Create, edit, and share drawings.
Google Drive makes it possible to store, create, and share files on your computer or mobile device.
Create, edit, and share forms.
Use Google Groups to create and manage email lists.
Start a chat conversation or video call, or make phone calls using Wi-Fi or data.
Explore Google Maps with your keyboard or find accessible transit.
Organize and find your photos.
Read books on your computer or mobile device
Watch movies or TV shows on your computer or mobile device
Play music for what you’re doing, how you’re feeling, or what you want to hear.
Browse and read topics, news sources, and magazines
Create, edit, and share spreadsheets.
Use Google Sites to create and share websites.
Create, edit, and share presentations.
Share links, videos, pictures, and other content with people who share your interests.
Hold video meetings with people inside or outside your organization. You can join meetings from a computer or mobile device, or from a conference room.
Inbox, built by the Gmail team, keeps things organized and helps you get back to what matters.