Googler 4.0 Released, Google Search from Command Line

Last updated: December 1, 2019

Googler, power tool to Google (Web & News) and Google Site Search from the command-line, released version 4.0 a few days ago.

It shows the title, URL and abstract for each result, which can be opened in a browser from the terminal. You can also integrate it with a text-based browser.

With Googler, you can also print content of results to terminal or listen to new directly, search error on StackOverflow in terminal, stream YouTube videos on desktop.

For other features and the latest changes, see Googler on github.

How to Install Googler in Ubuntu:

The latest Googler can be easily installed in Ubuntu Software. It’s snap package runs in sandbox and maintained by the community.

For those prefer Ubuntu .deb package, download the software developer maintained package from the link below:


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One response to Googler 4.0 Released, Google Search from Command Line

  1. Any chance of a Duckduckgo version?