After launching in beta earlier this year, Google Domains will now let you create custom email addresses to go with your registered site.
Customers can add a custom email address for $5 per month per user. Google Domains also added several new TLDs, including .pizza, so you can claim your own rat@pizza email before the trolls get to it.
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Alongside custom emails, Google Domains now supports Google Apps for Work, which means companies can deploy shared calendars, online document editing and 30 GB of cloud storage via Gmail, Google Doc, Sheets, Slides and more from the productivity suite.
Finally, if you decide you don’t want to manage the domain anymore, the service will allow you to transfer ownership, too.
For the full list of new of new top-level domains, check them here. Domains start at $12 a year.