Google Places Autocomplete API for WP7

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The Google Places Autocomplete API for WP7 is a project for WP7 developers to use when implementing an autocomplete box in their application. This project provides an easy non-blocking way to get fast results from the Google Places Autocomplete API.

http://gplaceswp7.codeplex.com/

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