The google source is designed to retrieve content from various Google URLs. This means that instead of sending multiple parameters, you can provide us with a direct URL to the required Google page. We do not strip any parameters or alter your URLs in any other way.

This data source also supports parsed data (structured data in JSON format), as long as the URL submitted is for Google (SERP page). If we cannot confirm this is a SERP page request, we will return a failure message.

Code examples

In the example below, the API will retrieve a Google Scholar search page.

curl 'https://realtime.oxylabs.io/v1/queries' \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
-d '{
        "source": "google",
        "url": "https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&q=newton&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C5&as_sdtp="

The example above uses the Realtime integration method. If you would like to use some other integration method in your query (e.g. Push-Pull or Proxy Endpoint), refer to the integration methods section.

Query parameters

ParameterDescriptionDefault Value


Data source. More info.



Direct URL (link) to Google page



Device type and browser. The full list can be found here.



Enables JavaScript rendering. More info.


URL to your callback endpoint. More info.



The results will be adapted for geographical location. Using this parameter correctly is extremely important to get accurate data. For more information, read about our suggested geo_location parameter structures here.



true will return parsed data, as long as the URL submitted is for Google.


- required parameter

Output example

    "results": [
            "content":"<!doctype html>\n<html lang=\"en\">\n<head>
            "created_at": "2024-05-27 12:28:27",
            "updated_at": "2024-05-27 12:28:30",
            "page": 1,
            "url": "https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&q=newton&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C5&as_sdtp=",
            "job_id": "7200835246005180417",
            "status_code": 200

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