Google Domains

Following an invite-only rollout last June, Google Domains on Tuesday became available as a public beta in the United States. Google Domains is a domain name service, similar to GoDaddy or NameCheap, that enables users to search for, register and manage domain names. Alongside the public beta, Google has announced a number of new features to the service.

According to The Next Web and TechCrunch, Google Domains now supports Blogger integration for syncing blog posts, new domain endings, additional templates and a dashboard for managing websites, alongside existing features such as free private registration, free email forwarding to Gmail, free domain forwarding and support for up to 100 sub-domains.

Google Domains is still in beta testing and more features, including Google Apps integration, will be rolled out in the near future.

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