Active Desktop Calendar Integrates With Google Calendars

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Active Desktop Calendar reads appointments from private and public Google calendars and shows them on the desktop together with its own calendar data.

XemiComputers (http://www.xemico.com/) presented an important improvement in Active Desktop Calendar's connectivity with external data sources. After integration with Outlook the program now offers integration with Google calendars.

This new feature is fairly easy to use. All you need is a correct Google calendar's ICAL address that you will set up as a new data layer in Active Desktop Calendar. Both private and public Google calendars are supported. The program will revisit each calendar's address on a regular basis (every 60 minute by default) to keep updated with the latest changes.

System of data layers mentioned above allows you to create different categories of calendar information in the program, e.g. business, personal, holidays, birthdays... It is also good to know that each data layer may be shared with other users in a local network.

In terms of user interface Active Desktop Calendar focuses on the desktop by adding its components (calendar, appointments, tasks) to the existing background. Desktop appearance is fully customizable with icons, fonts and colors. If interactive desktop option is enabled, the program will react to direct clicks on its desktop components.

Active Desktop Calendar costs 19.90 USD for a single license with quantity discounts available. Free evaluation period is 42 days. For special deals contact XemiComputers directly through its website.

About XemiComputers

XemiComputers develops software for the worldwide market or by request and offers a full range of Internet solutions and services including design, web applications, online databases, net marketing, e-commerce etc. Its software department developed over a dozen programs targeted to different areas of Windows computing. All programs are described and available for download from the company's software development web site:

http://www.xemico.com/

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