Google quietly launched ‘Google Domains’ and opened its services to the residents of United States. Back in July 2014, Google announced about its domains registration services and yesterday the company unveiled its new service. At present the service is offering top level domain extensions (TLDs) like .com., org followed by some new extensions like .academy, .actor, .bike, .biz, .builders, .cab and many more at varied registration prices.
Google lets you buy and sell domains through Google Domains and also let you create up to 100 email address under a domain. Unlike the other popular domain registration services, Google won’t charge you anything for keeping the registration private.
Other free features of Google Domains include-
- Domain forwarding and subdomain forwarding
- Email forwarding (forwarding of email aliases @<your domain>)
- Google nameservers with 10 million DNS resolutions per year
- Support via help center, email, chat, or phone.
Google Domains is integrated with Blogger which will help users to sync the blog posts easily. Furthermore, the domains will run on Google’s DNS server which will certainly make the site load faster.
The dashboard of Google Domains has an easy interface and the simple management tools which helps users to set up an address on the Web. Google also offers a site builder price comparison tool where users can compare the Google services with other CMSs like Shopify, Weebly, Wix and Squarespace.
If you want to try Google’s new domain name registration service, head over to this link.