Google Domains Opens Up in the U.S.
Last summer Google decided to enter the world of domains with the launch of its Google Domains service, which was only accessible by invite.
This service, which is still in beta, has now opened up to users in the U.S. Moreover, Google is opening up its service with a new batch of features based on the feedback received from early beta testers.
Among the new features is an improved search and suggestion experience to help users find the right domain name, as well as the addition of more than 60 new domain endings, including .company, .florist and .coffee. Google Domains also comes with a Blogger integration and a dashboard to help users manage their domains, websites and email settings. It is also important to note that users can quickly browse website template themes and compare the plans and features of Google Domains’ website building providers. Plus, the service enables users to setup their domain and keep it pointing to the same computer even when the IP address changes.
“A domain name says a lot about who you are and what you do,” the Google blog states. “For businesses especially, picking out the right domain name is often the starting point to building a successful online presence. With new domain endings like .recipes and .clothing, there are now more options to choose from than ever before.”