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This article was published on January 13, 2015

Google Domains public beta launches in the US

Google Domains public beta launches in the US
Natt Garun
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Natt Garun

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Natt Garun is the former US Editor at The Next Web, managing the North American team on content, events, features and reviews coverage. She Natt Garun is the former US Editor at The Next Web, managing the North American team on content, events, features and reviews coverage. She previously wrote for Digital Trends, Business Insider, and Gizmodo. Facebook | Twitter | Google+

After announcing its domain registration service last summer, today Google Domains has lifted the invitation-only access and is open to anyone in the US.

Google Domains comes with a dashboard to help users maintain their website, along with Blogger integration to help sync company blog posts. The service will offer templates and a site builder price comparison tool, which includes partners like Shopify, Squarespace, Wix and Weebly. For other third-party site developers (such as WordPress), you’ll have to manually set the resource codes.

With Google Domains, you’ll be able to buy and sell domains through the service, as well as create up to 100 email addresses under one domain. The service also offers to keep your registration private for no extra cost, and runs on Google’s DNS server to help your site load swiftly.

Google says it is adding new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) regularly. Currently, the available options include .coffee, .academy, .company, .us and .ninja. You can find the full list of domain names here. International support for Google Domains is not currently available – to be notified, sign up for an alert from Google.

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