[The Bing API is now the Bing Web Search API. This profile is being maintained purely for historical and research purposes.]
The Bing API provides an experience similar to Bing.com/search by returning search results that Bing determines are relevant to a user's query. The results include Web pages and may also include images, videos, and more. Free trial keys are available here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/try/cognitive-services/?api=bing-web-search-api.
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Developers use the Bing SearchAPIs to add web search functionality to their applications. This functionality includes search across web pages as well as news items, videos, images and more. In this article we provide an introduction to the various Search APIs functionality and call them.