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I'm guessing this changed since 2013, since now you can do this: Go to https://play.google.com/ On the sidebar on the left, click "My Play activity". This will bring up a page with all your app ratings and reviews.
Part of the problem is that the search URL has to be constructed this way: http://www.culpa.info/search?search=mdes The other part is that unless their search engine has a feature to just return the first record from a search, you're not going to be able to do what you want. "I'm feeling lucky" is a feature of Google Search. Search engines don't all have ...
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=gif+baby+koala&tbm=isch The parameter you need is tbm=isch (which I imagine stands for "image search").
From the MyActivity page, I chose "Other Google activity" from the menu. At the bottom of that page is a section: Download your past searches Create an archive of all your past searches with Google Takeout When you click "Get Started", you're informed: Download a copy of your data Please read this carefully, it's not the usual yada yada. ...
Try to negate the terms you don't want. Wildcards may help. Try something like this: copy "msgstore.db" to new phone -"msgstore.db.crypt" -"msgstore-*.db.crypt8"
Another option is to use the Google submit URL. Don't spam it, but add that page, it has always worked well for me. I think you might be limited to 30 or so submissions per day, so if I knew that I needed Google to crawl it, I would submit before heading to bed, and when I wake up, it is always in the index. Relying on Google to auto-index you, especially ...
Maybe not an ideal solution but you could create different shortcuts for Google searches in different languages, then use them (instead of google.com) as needed. For example: https://www.google.com/webhp?lr=lang_en https://www.google.com/webhp?lr=lang_fr https://www.google.com/webhp?lr=lang_es will take you to search pages that return results in English, ...
General case If you add or remove punctuation characters from a search term Google will often automatically suggest a correction for you. Example search phrase: air tight Google knows what the search term air tight means. Example search phrase: fire fly Google suggests what is possibly a more exact search term than fire fly. Example search phrase: 50/...
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