Google Domains is now opened to anyone in the U.S. they are also offering over 60 new gtlds for registration.
TechCrunch is reporting that Google Domains is now available to anyone who wants an account
From the article:
Google said at the time its service also includes phone support, indicating Google’s intention to market it more to business customers.
To date, thousands of testers have signed up and registered domains during the private testing, but Google didn’t release exact numbers.
Additionally, Google partnered with a number of website-building providers when it launched into beta, making it easy for users to get started with setting up their new website after acquiring the domain name or names of their choosing. This list initially included Shopify, Squarespace, Weebly, and Wix. Google’s own Blogger platform wasn’t immediately supported, however – but it is today, the company notes. Users will now be able to buy a domain and instantly connect it to their Blogger blog, if they choose.
Other improvements to the public service include a new, simplified dashboard for managing your domains, website and email settings; an improved search and suggestion experience; plus a the ability to register domains with over 60 new domain endings like .company, .florist, and .coffee. (The full list of endings is here. Over the next few years, ICANN will be releasing over 1,300 new domain endings, so this list will expand over time.)
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