Google Search .NET - API for Google Services in C# .NET

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Google Search .NET provides .NET developers access to Google search results through a friendly C# API. The API is based on the Google AJAX Search REST API, which currently supports the following Google services: Web, Local, Video, Blog, News, Book, Image, Patent.



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